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Low Levels of Vitamin D found in Many Americans
September 23, 2009, 12:09 pm
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Recent research has found at least 70% of American children are extrememly low of vitamin D, and in fact 50-75% of ALL Americans do not get enough of this crucial nutrient.

Low vitamin D has long been associated with bone problems such as osteoporosis and rickets, but newer research is now indicating a link with several cancers, heart disease, diabetes, and even conditions like infertility, memory loss and weight.

In keeping with the latest research findings,  Shaklee has increased the amount of vitamin D present in its Vita-Lea multivitamins, including Vitalizer and the children’s chewable Incredivites.  Since many Americans only get a fraction of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin D through food, it is all the more important to make up the difference through supplementation.


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