Depressed? Check Your Vitamin D Levels

Untitled-1If you’re experiencing depression, recent research suggests that the key to relief may lie in vitamin D.

You know that the so-called sunshine vitamin is integral for maintaining strong bones and that it plays an important role in metabolism.  It is a precursor to many hormones and is integral in the proper functioning of your heart, lungs, and muscles.  Doctors and researchers are still working to understand the other ways vitamin D effects the body.  While it has long been suspected that vitamin D also plays a role in the cognition and mood, clinical evidence to confirm this hypothesis was scarce.  Now, mounting evidence suggests that vitamin D levels may be linked to depression.

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