Scientists Reveal New Findings About Older Adults Who Take Vitamin D

Recent scientific research has revealed new findings regarding the effects of vitamin D supplementation on older adults:

Bone Health: Vitamin D is known for its role in calcium absorption and bone health.

Studies suggest that older adults who take vitamin D supplements may experience improved bone density and reduced risk of fractures, particularly in populations with low baseline vitamin D levels.

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Vitamin D may also play a role in maintaining muscle function and reducing the risk of falls in older adults. Some research suggests that vitamin D supplementation can improve muscle strength and balance, potentially reducing the risk of falls and related injuries.

Cognitive Function: Preliminary studies have explored the potential link between vitamin D status and cognitive function in older adults

While more research is needed, some evidence suggests that adequate vitamin D levels may be associated with better cognitive performance and reduced risk of cognitive decline in aging populations.

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