Large scale study links asthma to lack of vitamin D

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Vitamin Planet's D-Max supplement could help reduce the number of asthma attacks in vitamin D deficient asthma sufferers.

Pure Vegetarian D-Max Vitamin D3

We've seen a significant rise in sales of D-MAX capsules in 2014, with several vitamin D studies highlighting the benefits of the vitamin.

A new large scale study has found a possible link between vitamin D deficiency and asthma.

The study - published in The European Journal of Allergy (1) - found that asthma patients with a vitamin D deficiency were 25% more likely to suffer asthma attacks than those with regular levels.

Data captured from more than 300,000 people was used in the study, with information from 21,000 asthma sufferers being analysed to gain the results.

Vitamin D is delivered to the body via sunshine and can also be ingested via fortified foods or specialist supplements.

Vitamin Planet supplies the revolutionary D-MAX vitamin D capsules - containing new OptiZyme absorption technology that has been clinically proven to enhance absorption rates of vitamin D.

D-MAX vitamin D capsules are made in the UK using 100% pure premium Colecalciferol. The supplement contains no fillers or binders and is also suited to vegetarian, halal and kosher dietary needs.

Vitamin Planet marketing manager Ryan Malting commented, "We've seen a significant rise in sales of D-MAX capsules in 2014, with several vitamin D studies highlighting the benefits of the vitamin."

"We believe that D-MAX capsules offer excellent value for money and would urge those suffering from vitamin deficiencies to visit our website at http://www.vitaminplanet.co.uk."

References:
(1) http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/all.12508/abstract
(2) http://www.vitaminplanet.co.uk/d-max-br-46.aspx

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