Low levels of vitamin D have been implicated in many disease processes including heart disease, osteoporosis, stroke and diabetes.
It is estimated that anywhere from 30 to 100% of Americans, depending
upon their age and community living environments, are deficient in
There is no clear pattern of symptoms. In fact many people remain asymptomatic despite low levels. But here are the more common symptoms
Vitamin D deficiency has been shown to play a role in almost every major disease. This includes: