Vitamin D and Ejection Fraction of Heart

The level of vitamin D is considered to be associated with the development and progression of heart failure (HF). Studies conclude that Vitamin D supplementation inhibits ventricular remodelling and improves cardiac function in patients with HF.

They suggest that vitamin D-3 has the potential to significantly reverse the damage that high blood pressure, diabetes, atherosclerosis, and other diseases inflict on the cardiovascular system.

Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to high blood pressure. And some research shows that taking a vitamin D pill can help to lower it, which lowers the risk of heart attacks and stroke. It’s getting clearer that having enough vitamin D in your body can help your heart

So if you or your loved one who is elderly has been diagnosed as a heart patient with lesser ejection fraction values, check their Vitamin D levels. You never know that a simple supplement could support their heart for life❤️

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