Are your patients getting enough? Why it matters and how you can help.
By James Meschino, DC, MS
Over the past 25 to 30 years, studies have suggested calcium may confer protection against colorectal cancer. Animal studies have shown this effect, and many epidemiological studies have shown a strong correlation between higher calcium intake and lower incidence of colorectal cancer.
The health consequences of low D and the benefits of supplementation.
By Kristen Bobik, DC, DABCA
Much research has been done on vitamin D levels and their impact on health; optimal levels have been correlated with a reduced risk of developing numerous conditions. Those most relevant to the chiropractic practice include osteoporosis, cancer, depression, and pregnancy.
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