Low Vitamin D

 Vitamin-D-Foods

Normal Vitamin D is >50 but optimal is >75

Vitamin D is required for the maintenance of healthy bones and teeth. It has also been shown to support the function of the immune system, maintenance of normal muscle function and Vitamin D has been in the news recently because of possible links in reducing the incidence of other serious conditions. Vitamin D deficiency is very common, with more than half of the adult population in the UK having insufficient levels of Vitamin D. Most affected people either don’t have symptoms, or have vague aches and pains, and are unaware of the problem.

 

SUNSHINE IS THE BEST AND ONLY NATURAL SOURCE OF VITAMIN D

 

Depending on your result (with the new reference ranges), you will fall into one of 3 categories. Please feel free to download the attached leaflets.

 

Vitamin D Deficient is less than 25nmol/L  (used to be <10ng/ml)

Vitamin D insufficient is 25-50nmol/L  (used to be 10-20)

Normal Vitamin D is more than 50nmol/L but optimal is >75

Vitamin D – Prevention Leaflet
This is a general leaflet which outlines the steps you can take to reduce your risk getting low vitamin D
Vitamin D – Deficiency
Vitamin D Deficiency Leaflet
Advice leaflet if your vitamin D levels are low.
VITAMIN D PATIENT LEAFLET 2013 final

 

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