15. Female Infertility


One of the leading causes of infertility in women is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which can result from vitamin D deficiency. Judy Simon, registered dietician, and nutritionist, says, “In the fertility world of the Northwest, we get a vitamin D baseline on all our fertility patients and we see many that are deficient”.

14. Heart Conditions

Heart Disease

Articles published by the National Institutes of Health that have shown that vitamin D deficiency can be a leading cause of congestive heart failure.

13. Hair Loss

Hair Loss

Hair loss could be from several nutritional shortages, but recent studies have identified two types of hair loss, associated with low vitamin D levels. One is female pattern hair loss, referring to an overall thinning of scalp hair; the second is diffuse hair loss from all over the body.

Related: Top 13 Foods to Promote Hair Growth


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