Vitamin D and kidney health: Autoimmune diseases often lead to renal failure; increased levels of vitamin D found to improve proteinuria

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(Natural News) It’s believed that inadequate vitamin D levels can increase one’s susceptibility to disease, and vice versa. The effects of vitamin D on disease are such that many experts have recommended supplementing this vitamin to people suffering from autoimmune disease such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Curcumin has been endorsed for this purpose as…

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