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Fish consumption and vitamin D status in native populations: Part 3

Posted on: August 29, 2012   by  John Cannell, MD


The most recent paper by Dr. Martine Luxwolda and colleagues of the University Medical Center Groningen in Holland is so remarkable that this is the final part to the three blog series covering the paper. The same group previously discovered that free-living hunter-gatherers around the equator have vitamin D blood levels of about twice the modern American, about 45 ng/ml.

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1 Response to Fish consumption and vitamin D status in native populations: Part 3

  1. roger.rolfe@sympatico.ca

    Excellent series! I congratulate you. I enjoyed the more in-depth look at this research afforded by 3 posts on it.

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