About the book
Vitamin D deficiency is a global worldwide problem. Even though this has been known for over a hundred years, no cause or cure has yet been discovered - but hope exists. Traditional therapies showed good results in Vitamin D deficiency progress prevention, in some patients.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of Vitamin D deficiency action in human body, as researchers seek to understand its processes; develop therapies that will slow or halt the Vitamin D deficiency and perhaps repair damage; offer relief for specific symptoms; and improve the abilities of patients with Vitamin D deficiency to function in their daily lives.
Topics in the book will focus on: 1. Research strategies that have the greatest potential to understand the molecular and genetic mechanisms of recovery and how to translate findings into specific strategies for therapy of Vitamin D deficiency-related diseases. 2. How people adapt to Vitamin D deficiency and the research needed to improve the lives of people with vitamin D deficiency. 3. Management of disease symptoms which are connected with Vitamin D deficiency in the organism (such as obesity, fertility, depression, brain disorders, aging-related impairments, thyroid glands problems, and others).
This book will be valuable to Vitamin D researchers, research funders, health care providers of Vitamin D research and treatment, as well as and interested patients and their families.