The sunshine vitamin, Vitamin D, has long been touted for its role in bone health and immune support. But could it also be a game-changer for cardiovascular health?
A recent study by the Swiss Nutrition and Health Foundation, featured in Medical News Today, delves into this question. The study found a correlation between better vitamin D levels and a lower risk for cardiovascular events. However, it did not establish a link between normal vitamin D levels and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease or overall death.
The study adds to the ongoing debate about the role of Vitamin D in heart health, suggesting that while it may not be a silver bullet, it could be a part of a broader strategy for cardiovascular disease prevention.
Doctors believe that Vitamin D could influence cardiovascular health through its effects on blood pressure, glucose resistance, and cholesterol levels. However, more research is needed.