Vitamin D is demonstrating some impressive brain-protecting roles.
These include supporting growth of new brain cells and encouraging removal is amyloid before it leads to Alzheimer's.
Low levels of vitamin D are associated with memory loss and increased risk for dementia.
According to mainstream medical standards, 64% of Americans don't have enough vitamin D to keep tissues functioning at peak capacity.
Researchers long ago suggested that people supplement with 5,000-8,000 IU daily in order to achieve optimal levels of vitamin D.
Combatting vitamin D deficiency isn't difficult. Low-cost vitamin D supplements are readily available.