The lower the Vitamin D level, the greater the chance of depression. But, the big question is still causality. Full article at Vitamin D deficiency and depression in Psychology Today You might also be interested in • Vitamin D and Seasonal Affective Disorder Symptoms (SAD), and • Psychological Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency.
What they found is that those with low levels of vitamin D (versus the optimal level) were 64% more likely to have a heart attack. Plus, they had a 40% higher risk of ischemic heart disease, a 57% increased risk of early death, and an 81% higher risk of dying from heart disease. Full article at: Is your heart getting too… Read more »