Been closely vitamin D and discover how it can help keep you healthy longer. The summer is about to end and soon winter will be here and the sun goodbye, at least for a while. Yes, because after years of claims about sun damage it has now emerged a very different picture. The burning under the rays undoubtedly accelerates skin aging and increases the risk of developing melanoma. But exposing yourself to sunlight is essential to your health.
A study on the relationship between vitamin D and alzheimer concluded that a lack of this vitamin increases the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia.