7 unusual signs that you’re lacking vitamin D

Did you know that before the year 2000 most doctors believed that none of their patients could be vitamin (D) deficient, but as technology to measure for vitamin (D) became affordable more studies were conducted, according to Dr.Michael Holick who is one of the leading vitamin (D) researchers the Center for Disease Control and Prevention the CDC.

Reported that 32% of adults and children in the US were vitamin (D) deficient, that’s a pretty high number so for that reason alone it’s crucial that you look for signs of vitamin (D) deficiency, with more research being conducted Holyk believes that about 50% of the general population may be at risk for vitamin (D) deficiency.

The only way to know for sure if you are vitamin (D) deficient is by a blood test, but the signs and symptoms that come along with this deficiency could be helpful as well. Now here are signs that you may be vitamin (D) deficient: