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May 29, 2009



"Certainly, there are many contributing factors to dementia, but low Vitamin D is such a simple one to correct. Why not?"

There is confusion over raising one's vitamin levels by supplementation and their efficacy. If one can raise the levels by SUN , yes go ahead by all means. Most of us living in northern hemisphere, can only raise their D levels by supplementation. Is it safe and effective is the question? I hope you would comment on this.

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I work as adjunct faculty in a community college, teaching psychology. My personal agenda is to help them see ways to create a life of integrity. Part of that is encouraging them to ask for help rather than give up. Especially in school. Librarians, I tell them, are the rock stars of information.

I am so delighted to have found your site and I plan to share it with others as often as possible.

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