Vitamin D has been getting a lot of from the medical world to help with a variety of health issues. But how do you sort fact from fiction? In this episode, I sit down with Dr. William B Grant, a vitamin D researcher and educator who sheds light on a myriad of vitamin D topics including its role in helping heart disease, cancer multiple sclerosis Covid-19 and autism. Along the way we talk about tanning beds and whether vitamin D can raise testosterone levels, reduce inflammation, the difference between D2 and D3, who may be at risk of not getting enough what to ask your doctor to test if you're getting your vitamin D levels measured. This is episode 119of the Joe Cannon Health podcast, available here and you can follow for free on Apple and Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, Alexa Echo, Radio Public, Gaana, and pretty much everywhere else.
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