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What Happens When Your Vitamin D Levels Are Low?

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When ones vitamin D levels are low, one has a risk of osteoporosis (the weakening and slow destruction of the bones), heart diseases such as high blood pressure and autoimmune diseases. These are diseases caused by ones body essentially attacking itself such rheumatoid arthritis.
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Low vitamin D levels are a problem these days. It can mean that you are just not getting the required 20 minutes per day of sun exposure. Vitamin D is important ...
Low vitamin D levels are a problem these days. It can mean that you are just not getting the required 20 minutes per day of sun exposure. Vitamin D is important ...
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