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Vitamin D Deficiency Effects Joint Pain, Arthritis, Osteoporosis!

Updated on March 10, 2012
Suffering from rheumatoid disease? You may be Vitamin D deficient!
Suffering from rheumatoid disease? You may be Vitamin D deficient!

If You Suffer From Rheumatic Disease, You May Be Vitamin D Deficient!

There's nothing worse than chronic back pain, inflammatory joint disease, osteoporosis, or unexplained myalgia (muscle pain caused by nutritional deficiency), rheumatoid arthritis... or any other and all types of rheumatoid diseases.

Now there's a number of studies that point to Vitamin D deficiency as the culprit!

Sunlight and milk may not be enough!
Sunlight and milk may not be enough!

Studies Confirm Results of Vitamin D Deficiency

A study conducted in England found that those with rheumatoid disease including inflammatory joint disease, osteoporosis, unexplained myalgia and chronic lower back pain had Vitamin D levels that were 58% lower than the study's control group.

In an Italian study, it was found that 50% of those with rheumatoid disease had deficient Vitamin D levels. In another Italian study, it was found that even those who supplemented with 800 IU of Vitamin D daily, were still deficient in this wonderful substance!

Dr Pier Paolo Sainaghi of the Immuno-Rheumatology Clinic at A. Avogadro University of Eastern Piedmont in Novara, Italy, states, ""The results of our study show that daily 800-1,000 IU supplementation is not sufficient to normalize vitamin D levels in patients with rheumatologic or bone conditions,"

These studies were presented at the Annual Congress of the European League Against Rheumatism

Get your Vitamin D levels checked!
Get your Vitamin D levels checked!

Madam Aphrodite™ Speaks... Get Your Vitamin D Levels Checked!

If you suffer from any type of rheumatoid disease, you need to get to the doctor and have your Vitamin D levels checked. Please take a copy of this article with you!

Vitamin D levels are checked with a simple blood test and can be raised by taking supplements. Your doctor is the best one to advise you!

CAUTION: The information included herein is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan.


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