“There is a growing body of evidence that vitamin D deficiency is associated with many conditions, including hypertension, insulin resistance, diabetes mellitus, cancers, infections, autoimmune diseases, heart failure, cardiovascular diseases, and stroke.” Those are not my words but the words of Dr. Gotaro Kojima and eight colleagues from the University of Hawaii. It was great to see those words begin a paper.
Kojima G, Bell C, Abbott RD, Launer L, Chen R, Motonaga H, Ross GW, Curb JD, Masaki K. Low Dietary Vitamin D Predicts 34-Year Incident Stroke: The Honolulu Heart Program. Stroke. 2012 May 24.