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Research suggests that Vitamin D may be linked to Parkinson’s disease, as individuals with PD often have lower levels of Vitamin D in their blood. This deficiency can lead to decreased bone health, weakened muscles, and an increased risk of falls and fractures, which are already common concerns for those with PD. Our Vitamin D and Parkinson's Disease factsheet provides important information on why maintaining adequate levels of this nutrient is crucial for individuals living with PD. By understanding the potential role of Vitamin D in Parkinson’s disease, individuals can take proactive steps to support their bone and muscle health, ultimately improving their overall quality of life.

Vitamin D and Parkinson's Disease

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