Adults above 50 have low levels of vitamin D: Study

As vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorous in human bodies, it is thought to play a role in relieving joint pain, especially where inflammation is the cause.

In a study published in 2017, it has been stated that adults over the age of 50 who were moderately deficient in vitamin D were more likely to have knee pain over five years and hip pain over two years. Research has suggested that correcting this deficiency can reduce pain or stop its worsening.

A research paper in the British Medical Journal revealed that more than 50 percent of adults in Britain have very low levels of vitamin D, with 16 percent experiencing a severe deficiency in the winter.

However, Vitamin D plays a vital role in boosting our immune system, and it has been suggested that it could help fight coronavirus. Vitamin D deficiency can cause fatigue and fatigue, as well as hair loss.

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Other symptoms include respiratory problems, numbness, depression, and low mood, especially seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Most importantly, vitamin D deficiency can lead to muscle pain, bone loss, and bone pain, especially in the lower back. 

Diet can also help raise energy levels. It is important to get enough fresh and holistic foods, rich in vitamins and minerals, as well as protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats.

Foods rich in carbohydrates such as potatoes, wholegrain bread, rice, and protein can maintain energy levels and help you feel full for longer. Eat foods that promote gut health. Such as dandelion, to avoid gut syndromes, such as IBS, which can affect energy levels, the study added.