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Taking supplements of the “sunshine vitamin” D could help cut the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in later life, say researchers.
Filed under: Caregivers for Individuals with Dementia, Dementia, Dementia News Updates, Lewy Body Dementia | Tagged: Alzheimer's Disease, Vitamin D |
This is a very interesting article. I knew about the B12 and have read about folic acid also helping but never vitamin D!
I wonder what the dementia rate is for people in the the northern U.S. is since they have dark winters also?
The article doesn’t say how much vitamin D to take so how do you know if you are getting enough?
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