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Hypothyroidism And Vitamin B12 Deficiency  

A study conducted by the Tufts University in the year 2001 found nearly forty percent of adults tend to have reduced levels of Vitamin B12. This low level was present even though the adults ate healthily and were generally without any health problems. Vitamin B12 is an extremely important vitamin as it is needed for producing RBCs in the body and for forming a protective layer around the nerves.More...

Baldness Vitamin And Deficiency

Baldness Vitamin And Deficiency

Whether you are a man or a woman, getting bald wreaks havoc. A person starts feeling embarrassed about the loss of hair, and this emotion is more in women compared to men. With all the stress and fast paced life that we lead,hair loss is becoming more and more common among both genders.More...

 

Poisons Toxins And Vitamin B12 Deficiency

Poisons Toxins And Vitamin B12 Deficiency

What many people do not realize that Vitamin B12 is a very important vitamin for the body. It is also called cobalamin, and it is essential for converting fats, proteins and carbohydrates present in the foods that we eat into energy. In addition, the vitamin is also important in the production of RBCs and strengthening the immune system. Vitamin B12 also helps in the production of a compound that forms a protective layer around the nerves.More...

 

Vitamin B Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin B Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin B is an extremely group of vitamins that is required if you want the normal processes of your body to work properly. Primarily there are eight types of vitamin B and these eight form the vitamin as a whole. They are Vitamin B1 or thiamine, Vitamin B2 or riboflavin, Vitamin B3 or niacin, Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine, Vitamin B9 or folic acid, Vitamin B12 or cobalamin, pantothenic acid and biotin.More...

 

Vitamin D Deficiency And Joint Pain

Vitamin D Deficiency And Joint Pain

If the last winter you were feeling exhausted and suffering from body aches and pains, then you might be suffering from a deficiency of Vitamin D. You should ask your doctor to do a blood test to check the levels of Vitamin D in your body.More...

 

Vitamin D Deficiency And Thyroid

Vitamin D Deficiency And Thyroid

Recently, scientists have discovered a connection between Vitamin D deficiency and thyroid gland. According to the various researches, there seems to some form of connection between genes, the diet we stick to and our health. And, it is finally been acknowledged by the medical fraternity that thyroid problems can arise not only due to genetic disposition and autoimmune conditions, but also due to a deficiency of Vitamin of D.More...

 

Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin D is an important vitamin for the body as its helps in the formation of bones, mineralization of the bones. Basically, to have a healthy bone structure, you require Vitamin D. The vitamin is also important for regulating the hormones released by the parathyroid gland. These hormones help in maintaining the level of calcium in the body and ensuring that the nervous system and the muscles of the body work properly.More...

 

 

 

    
 

What-Causes-Vitamin-D-Deficiency      Vitamin D is an important vitamin that the body makes in the skin when the skin is exposed to sunlight. The vitamin helps in the absorption of potassium and calcium in the body. It also helps to strengthen the immune system of the body and plays a crucial role in bone formation and mineralization. Besides that, Vitamin D helps to regulate the hormones produced by the parathyroid gland. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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