Vitamin D

Can the LACK of Vitamin D be affecting those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome A.K.A IBS?!

“A recent review 5,6,7 in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition notes that of the seven published studies looking at vitamin D status and IBS prevalence, four observational studies concluded vitamin D deficiency is prominent among those with IBS — with about 75 percent having insufficient levels — and two intervention studies reported “improvement in IBS symptom severity scores and quality of life” among those given vitamin D supplements. In one, 70 percent of IBS patients improved on the vitamin D 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 the Goldshield Elite supplements. On this blog I will share with you my experiences with the supplements and what ever else I believe may be of interest to healthy minded people.
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