Can Vitamin D Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

According to the Mayo Clinic, people who are deficient in vitamin D are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia later in life. However, it's not yet clear whether taking vitamin D supplements or spending more time in the sun could lower the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. MORE: Eating these foods can help you get your daily dose of vitamin D While we know that vitamin D is essential to help the absorption of calcium to strengthen and protect bones, researchers are unsure of any role it may play in brain health. Studies have found that it may be involved in many cognitive functions, but exactly how and why remains
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