Vitamin D Lowers RA & MS Risk

Researchers found that a higher intake of vitamin D is associated with a lower risk of rheumatoid arthritis in older women. The study was relatively poorly done as they only used dietary forms to determine vitamin D intake. They found that higher intake of total daily vitamin D, both dietary and supplemental, was associated with the risk of RA. They did not measure vitamin D blood levels, which is critical as sun exposure, not diet, is the most important source of vitamin D. In fact, in...

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