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The Norway Food Safety Authority has concluded that the vitamin D daily recommended intake (RDI) should be doubled from 400 to 800 IU/day.
In a new study, low dose vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy had no effect on their child’s respiratory health in early childhood.
Study shows the Dutch guidelines on osteoporosis and fracture prevention to be ineffective at improving vitamin D status
A recent study found that the recommended vitamin D dosage from the Dutch guidelines on osteoporosis and fracture prevention was inadequate.
A recent meta-analysis reports that higher doses of vitamin D decrease the risk of fracture in older adults.
The Vitamin D Council discusses a recent review on vitamin D metabolism and requirements in dogs.
Several pediatric societies along with the IOM have recommended infants get 400 IU of vitamin D daily to fulfill their vitamin D needs.
Vitamin D Council member shares her daughter’s journey with vitamin D supplementation for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.
Doctor Audrey Poon recently published an extensive review on vitamin D and severe asthma, including the reasons vitamin D may have a treatment effect in some patients with existing severe asthma.
Dr Cannell provides interesting insight into all of the latest vitamin D research topics, from toxicity to testing.
A mother writes an intriguing case report of her son’s autism symptoms, before and after supplementing with vitamin D.
A new paper found that most individuals need at least 6,000 IU of vitamin D3 daily to achieve vitamin D levels of 40 ng/ml.
A new randomized controlled trial out of Egypt reports that vitamin D can reduce the incidence of flare-ups in patients with SLE.
Do obstetricians provide routine vitamin D screening and supplementation for their pregnant patients?
A recent study evaluated the knowledge and practices of obstetricians regarding vitamin D testing and supplementation for their pregnant patients.
Researchers discover lack of response to vitamin D supplementation in individuals with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Supplementation of 2,000 IU vitamin D was unsuccessful in bringing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease patients to optimal status.