Vitamin D Reduces Crohn’s Risk

February 12, 2013
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Vitamin D is known to have a positive effect on the immune system. A new study looked to see if a higher level of Vitamin D might be associated with a lower risk of Crohn’s disease.  What the researchers found is that those women with higher levels of Vitamin D could essentially cut their risk of Crohn’s disease in half compared to these with lower levels of Vitamin D.

Considering the growing list of benefits associated with higher levels of Vitamin D, everyone should take the necessary steps to insure they are getting a sufficient amount. Talk to your doctor of chiropractic about your nutritional health. Chiropractors are trained in nutrition in chiropractic college as well as in continuing education coursework.

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