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New study finds vitamin D status may relate to aspects of cognitive performance in mid-life

Posted on: May 26, 2014   by  Jeff Nicklas


New research published in British Journal of Nutrition states that in middle-aged adults, vitamin D status may impact aspects of cognitive function.

To date, much of the research on vitamin D and cognition shows a positive association, meaning that higher vitamin D levels are associated with healthier cognitive function. Studies in this field mainly focus on older populations who are already at risk for or are experiencing cognitive decline.

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