Depression & Vitamin D

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The large volume of research regarding vitamin D continues to grow. Despite the overwhelming emerging science that has brought Vitamin D (specifically vitamin D3 found in our Dense Bone formula) to the forefront of nutritional health – a whopping 77% of the population is lacking in sufficient vitamin D.

The link between low levels of vitamin D and depression are garnering increased attention because of the growing prevalence of depression in our society.

Because depression affects one in 10 adults in the US and low levels of Vitamin D have been linked to depression, researchers suggest that screening for vitamin D levels in depressed patients and perhaps screening for depression in people with low vitamin D levels might be useful.

Vitamin D levels are now commonly tested during routine physical exams, and they are accepted as risk factors for a number of other medical problems such as autoimmune diseases; heart and vascular disease; infectious diseases; osteoporosis; obesity; diabetes; certain cancers; and neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, multiple sclerosis, and general cognitive decline.

Source:  Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Jan 2012

Anne from Canada said:

“I have been taking Dense Bone for a few weeks now and it has made all of the difference in the world to me.  I do not know how, but Dense Bone works on its own.   I had a severe low back ache for a few weeks – and when the Dense Bone capsules arrived I tried them immediately. I could not believe how the pain just disappeared and I could bend.”

Judi from Minnesota said:

“Since I started taking Dense Bone, adding calcium, I have lost 30 pounds. I also have overcome a lingering depression I have been fighting for over 2 months.”

Dense Bone was formulated to specifically address the vitamin D3 deficiency that plagues so many.   Containing 2,000 IU of vitamin D3 as well as vitamin K-2 and Strontium for better absorption, Dense Bone will assist you body in getting adequate levels of this all-important nutrient.

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