In a new study published in the Journal of Gerontology, it was found that just 35% of the study group had sufficient levels of Vitamin D. The study found that insufficient and deficient levels of Vitamin D were linked with poor results in cognitive tests.
This study is worrying on two levels; firstly that low levels of Vitamin D have a connection with such important issues for seniors, and secondly that such a small percentage of seniors have adequate levels of Vitamin D.
However, it is important not to react to studies like these by supplementing individual vitamins, which should only be done under the guidance of a professional.
Instead, these studies serve as a reminder that all people should be supplementing a high-quality, 100% natural multivitamin and mineral to ensure that they are receiving the correct balance of all nutrients.
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