Study Says Vitamin D Deficiency Leads To Osteoporosis Risk

July 30, 2020 18:26
Study Says Vitamin D Deficiency Leads To Osteoporosis Risk

Study Says Vitamin D Deficiency Leads To Osteoporosis Risk:- The researchers found that the deficiencies of Vitamin D and Calcium in the body lead to a higher risk of osteoporosis and poor bone health. The research got published in the journal PLOS ONE and the team examined inadequate nutrition intake as the reason for osteoporosis risk. The team conducted research among a bunch of Americans who are aged above 50 years who take fewer amounts of Vitamin D and calcium.  Susan Hazels Mitmesser from Pharmavite LLC said that they had to demonstrate how prevalent is the nutrition deficiency among the Americans. The makers also made the vitamins, minerals and supplements.

This is having an impact on the overall health and wellness. This also damages the immune system. 25% of the USA people live below the poverty line after they are aged. 68% of the population in the USA is short of calcium intake and 46% of them have inadequate Vitamin D intake. The key findings say that all these have a high risk for osteoporosis. Most of the USA women after crossing 50 have inadequate calcium intake and they have nothing to do with their economic status. Men are more than women with osteoporosis risk in the USA. Around 10.2 million people in the USA suffer from osteoporosis. It can be kept away by improving the consumption of nutrient-rich food.

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