A study makes the point. 150 people living in Minneapolis who came to a health clinic complaining of chronic pain were tested for vitamin D levels. Virtually every single one, 93%, suffered from extremely low vitamin D. The group with the lowest levels of vitamin D were white women of childbearing age.
7. High Blood Pressure
Vitamin D plays a role in heart health, helping to regulate blood pressure. So when you don’t get enough, your blood pressure can creep up.