Low Vitamin D = Cardiovascular Disease
In research terms you will ordinarily hear studies talk about an “association” between two events. As an example, several studies have shown an association between low vitamin D and cardiovascular disease. This generally means there isn’t yet enough research to say it is a cause.
A recent review of the research has determined that “all relevant Hill criteria for a causal association in a biological system are satisfied to indicate a low 25(OH)D level (vitamin D) as a CVD risk factor.”
This means that there is enough research to consider low vitamin D a “cause” of an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. See your doctor of chiropractic to insure you are getting enough.