By David Mittleman

Vitamin D May Significantly Decrease the Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Yesterday I wrote about new findings on a daily aspirin regimen that suggest that practicing this behavior can significantly reduce the risk of three types of cancer and subsequent death. Today, another important link is highlighted in the news between a relatively cheap and over-the-counter supplement, vitamin D. A recent study suggests that suffering from low levels of vitamin D, even moderately low levels, can result in a stunning increase in the risk of developing Alzheimer’s or Dementia. In fact, in adults who suffered from …read more