Did you know 70% of adults in the Midwest are low in Vitamin D?
Vitamin D is critical for the maintenance of healthy bones and the immune system in general. It helps prevent fractures an lowers the risk of some cancers (colon, breast and prostate). It also regulates hormones and can help alleviate some symptoms of depression.
Deficiency in Vitamin D can affect over 300 processes in the body and is highly correlated with so many chronic diseases. This includes Diabetes, metabolic diseases, cardiovascular disea and cancers.