My 18 month old granddaughter has been diagnosed with Idiopathic Arthritis. How will supplementing with Vitamin D3 help her condition?

Asked by  jmpalmer49 on January 21, 2015

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  • jmpalmer49
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  • IAW
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    It was once thought that Vitamin D only regulated calcium levels and gave us strong bones. More recently they have found that if our Vitamin D levels are “optimal” it gives us strong muscles, regulates our immune system, prevents cancers, regulates gene expression and much more. There is a lot of evidence that any autoimmune disease is probably caused by Vitamin D deficiency.
    So to answer your question if she is given enough Vitamin D maintaining a blood level of 50ng/ml or higher, is given the co factors that Vitamin D needs to do its job, you may see most or all of her symptoms go into remission.
    Has she had her Vitamin D levels checked? Is she taking/getting Vitamin D?
    You might like to read https://www.vitamindcouncil.org/blog/13980/

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  • hlahore@gmail.com
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    95 articles mention ideopathic arthiritis on VitaminDWiki
    here is one of them http://vitamindwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page_id=3622

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