Does vitamin D really provide all the benefits that we are often told it does; build stronger bones and protect against diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease, and depression? Or even help you lose weight? While research doesn't support the idea of a magic pill some researchers still have high hopes for vitamin D which comes from our skin's reaction to sunlight, a few foods, and supplements. So the Question is, do we need to be popping that much of the Vitamin, how much do we really need and where did the idea of the magic pill originated from?????
To really understand why the health guru's and the wellness industry refer to Vitamin D as a magic pill, you got to understand the origins of the idea. The articles bellow seems to shed some light on the benefits and falsehood about Vitamin D.
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