Is asthma a result of vitamin D deficiency?
- Research Article

Published research looked at vitamin D deficiency contributing to airway inflammation and decreased lung function.

The research article link below encourages people with respiratory problems and asthma to make sure their vitamin D levels are high enough.

If they are not, these people could consider changing their diet to include more eggs, fish, and fortified milk or adding vitamin D supplementation.

Research Article Link: Vitamin D and Asthma” from the September, 2010, issue of Natural Standard’s Integrative Medicine Newsletter posted with permission.

For additional research results, visit the American Holistic Health Association’s Special Updates eReport Archives and note Featured Research item in each issue.

 

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One Response to Is asthma a result of vitamin D deficiency?
- Research Article

  1. Anonymous says:

    I am continually searching online for ideas that can aid me. Thank you!
    MONCLER

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