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  • Writer's pictureOse Okojie

Low levels of vitamin D increased Dementia risk




Vancouver Washington, Low levels of vitamin D in the brain are linked to increased dementia risk.


It is generally recommended to get vitamin D from sun exposure and a balanced diet that includes foods rich in vitamin D, such as fatty fish, egg yolks, and fortified foods.


If you are concerned about your vitamin D levels or your risk of developing dementia, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional. They can help you understand your risks and recommend appropriate interventions, if necessary.


Give Dr. Okojie a call today at 360-287-4402 to find out more about how Vitamin D (IM) shots may help protect against dementia.


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