Alaskans Susceptible to Vitamin D Deficiency
Anchorage welcomed a healthy dose of sunshine, Wednesday, but as Alaska's daylight hours are dwindling daily, it is difficult to keep up on your vitamin D dosage during the winter months.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at KIMO.
#1 Oct 21, 2012
Most people who live in areas with lesser sunny days than other places are indeed prone to vitamin D deficiency as sunlight is the most abundant and convenient source of the vitamin. Despite that, people who live in gloomy areas may also take refuge in some vegetables that are rich in vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to several medical conditions including osteoporosis. It's best these individuals take charge and get ahead of their risk of other health problems. Where osteoporosis is involved, http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com may have more information for people concerned and interested.
Add your comments below
|'Alaskan Bush People' are 'On the Prowl' on Dis... (Feb '15)||Fri||UcMePee||65|
|I want to move to alaska||Jul 19||Rod||3|
|Judge Jerome Simandle is Corrupt||Jul 17||hyperlinker||4|
|Alaska is Canada||Jul 17||free speech mcgee||1|
|Love to chat with anyone that lives in Alaska (Dec '16)||Jul 12||Snowy||3|
|Kentucky||Jul 12||Jupiter Sabbath||8|
|Family Suspected in Ohio Mass Murder Moved to A...||Jul 11||Cooter||8|
Find what you want!
Search Alaska Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC