10 Signs of Vitamin D Deficiency

#5 – Bone Loss


Some of the most crucial roles of Vitamin D include bone metabolism and calcium absorption. Problems with bones indicate indicates issues with either calcium and vitamin D deficiency.

Low bone mineral density serves as a sign of lost nutrients in the bone. This will result to weaker bone structure and increased vulnerability to fractures.

For extreme cases, osteoporosis, a condition that leads to thinning of bones may take place. This commonly occurs among women. According to the National Institutes of Health, the bloodstream will not properly take up the calcium in milk, calcium supplements, or other sources with very low vitamin D levels in the body.

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