A recent randomized controlled trial published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that vitamin D3 supplementation does not increase weight loss.
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Using an animal model, researchers recently found vitamin D may help in destroying excess fat cells.
Northern U.S. patients who have undergone weight-loss surgery during the winter experience more complications than patients in the South.
Researchers propose a mechanism to explain the relationship between low vitamin D status and increased risk for breast cancer
A new RCT assesses the effects of vitamin D supplementation on sex hormones to explain the relationship between vitamin D and breast cancer.
A study published online in the Journal of Women’s Health found that women with low vitamin D blood levels may be prone to weight gain.
According to a new study, low vitamin D status is associated with poor prognosis in dogs with protein losing enteropathy.
Researchers evaluated whether vitamin D status affects one’s risk of developing secondary hyperparathyroidism after bariatric surgery.
A recent study found that vitamin D was associated with muscle strength and quality in an elderly population over a 10 year period.
A new study found healthy vitamin D levels increased the odds of remission among inflammatory bowel disease patients who had just begun treatment.
A small study finds that Crohn’s disease patients given high dose vitamin D supplementation have fewer relapses than those given low dose.
Research shows that vitamin D helps mice survive mustard gas.
A recent study found that northern states had increased rates of inflammatory bowel disease hospitalizations compared to southern states.
Recent clinical trial discovers vitamin D supplementation may improve non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
A clinical trial found that vitamin D supplementation reduced liver fat among patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Both high and low vitamin D levels may relate to increased risk of mortality among both HIV-infected and HIV-exposed infants in Tanzania.
Recent study has found that low vitamin D status is a significant predictor of mortality in dogs with chronic enteropathy (CE).
Research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism reports that vitamin D deficiency is associated with frailty and all-cause mortality in older men.
A new open label carried out by Professor Linlin Yang reports that vitamin D may be of help to people with Crohn’s.
Dr Cannell discusses the exciting research presented at the 13th annual vitamin D conference in Victoria, British Columbia.