Vitamin D

Vitamin D

So Can the LACK of Vitamin D be affecting those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

“In a recent review in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Notes reveal that of the 7 published studies looking at vitaminD status & IBS prevalence.  So four studies concluded vitamin D deficiency is prominent among those with IBS. And with about 75 percent having insufficient levels of VitaminD. Also two intervention studies reported “improvement in IBS symptom scores and quality of life”. As a result of being given vitaminD supplements. Also in 1, 70 percent of IBS patients improved on the vitaminD regimen.” —
Mercola . com

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About Trish

I have been taking supplements since age 14. I read many books on the subject. I have kept my arthritis in check for years with supplements. On this blog I will share with you my experiences with the different supplements and what ever else I believe may be of interest to healthy minded people.
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