08 Oct Cognitive Decline May Move Faster In People With Low Vitamin D
There have been suggestions that low levels of vitamin D might be a factor in cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease, but there’s no proof that the lack of D is actually causing the problems.
A study published Monday doesn’t prove that link, but it does find that people with low levels of vitamin D lost key thinking skills more quickly than people with enough.
The study is notable because of the diversity of the participants: 62 percent were women, 30 percent were African-American, 25 percent Hispanic and 41 percent white. Most earlier studies looking at cognitive decline and vitamin D were in white people.
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