Evidence is growing that the â€˜sunshine vitaminâ€™ helps protect against a wide range of conditions including cancers
Vitamin D is having quite a moment. In the past few months, evidence has been growing that the â€œsunshine vitaminâ€� not only has an important role in bone and muscle health, but might also help prevent a range of cancers, reduce the chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis, protect against multiple sclerosis and cut the risk of colds and flu.
But is vitamin D truly a cure-all? And if the benefits are real, should we all be taking vitamin D supplements or even fortifying our foods?
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