Mar 1, 2012
Vitamin D can Decrease One's Risk for Crohn's Disease.
Increase Vitamin D intake can decrease one's risk for Crohn's disease especially in women according to a study in Gastroenterology. The study showed that vitamin D sufficient women were 69% less likely to be diagnosed with Crohn's disease during a twenty two year period. Routine screening of vitamin D is recommend to prevent many different types of diseases such as colon cancer, breast cancer, Alzheimer's, Crohn's disease, asthma, pain and general inflammation.
Deborah Wiancek, N.D. Riverwalk Natural Health Clinic www.healthref.com