A recent randomized controlled trial discovered that daily vitamin D supplementation improved autism symptoms among children.
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New trial suggests vitamin D supplementation does not improve blood sugar among patients with prediabetes
A recent randomized controlled trial found that weekly vitamin D supplementation did not improve markers of glycemic status among patients with prediabetes.
In a soon to be published RCT, researchers discover that vitamin D supplementation improves autism symptoms in children.
A recent meta-analysis of 19 RCTs found that vitamin D supplementation was associated with a decreased pain score in individuals with chronic pain.
A new dose-response trial found that a vitamin D intake above 1,200 IU is needed for adolescents to achieve a vitamin D status of 20 ng/ml or greater.
Research suggests that high dose vitamin D supplementation is both safe and effective in improving quality of life among patients with multiple sclerosis.
A five year-long randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D supplements helped prevent UTIs.
RCT finds high dose vitamin D more effective than low dose at improving growth in very low birth weight preterm infants
A recent RCT compared the effects of 400 IU/day and 1,000 IU/day vitamin D3 supplementation on very low birth weight preterm infants.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent study that has followed his and Dr. Vasquez’s suggested trial guidelines for a successful RCT.
Study finds whey protein and vitamin D supplementation helps maintain muscle mass during intentional weight loss in obese older adults
A recent RCT determined that a combination of whey protein, leucine(an amino acid) and vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of sarcopenia during intentional weight loss in obese adults.