Vitamin D needs more calcium to lower hip fracture

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  1. dougadam

    dougadam Member

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    http://www.reuters.com/article/healthNews/idUSROB88092720070518
     
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  2. Kakashi

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    It has sense because Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones, it regulates calcium and phosphorus levels in the blood. So for healthy bones Vitamin D serves as a regulator. Vitamin D deficiency would lead to soft bones because the body can't absorb calcium that well.
     
  3. DenisP

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    Vitamin D is a super important vitamin, and I think that a lot of the problems that people have these days is due to vitamin D deficiencies. A lot of people spend way too much time indoors, whether you spend all day playing video games or if you work in an office. It's hard to get enough vitamin D through diet alone, so it's important to either go outdoors and get some sunlight, or take supplements if you don't have the time. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to many issues such as insomnia, depression, poor immune system, brittle bones, and heart disease, so it's clearly important that we get enough of it.
     
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    When we talk of riders, we focus on building our muscles and this is something that vitamin D brings to our bones when we take them. The thing is that we should try as much as we can take enough food that have vitamin D.
     
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