Dr. Cannell responds to a member’s frustrations regarding those who don’t recognize the health benefits of maintaining optimal vitamin D status.
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New research offers a potential mechanism behind the relationship between vitamin D deficiency and weight gain.
Research suggests vitamin D metabolism is altered among critically ill humans, but is this true for our canine companions?
How are inflammatory bowel disease, vitamin D and gut bacteria related? A recent exploratory study aims to find out.
Researchers aimed to study two statin drugs which both help lower cholesterol. One statin is more effective in decreasing inflammation.
Researchers in Turkey, recently conducted a cross-sectional study of 540 subjects, seeing if vitamin D levels are connected to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
There were 3,600 papers published about vitamin D in 2012. Dr Grant summarizes the top 16 vitamin D papers of this past year.
A new randomized controlled trial out of Egypt reports that vitamin D can reduce the incidence of flare-ups in patients with SLE.
A VDC member writes to Dr Cannell asking whether her gut dysbiosis could be the reason for her chronically low vitamin D levels.
Dr Cannell discusses research on vitamin D intoxication due to manufacturing errors, and the possible implications this has for further vitamin D and cancer research.
Dr Cannell discusses food fortification with a reader and contemplates what the most effective approach would be.
A study published in the Journal of Women’s Health found that elderly women with low vitamin D may be prone to weight gain when compared to women with sufficient D levels.
New research shows that those with Graves’ disease, an autoimmune disorder which affects 2% of the population, are more likely to be vitamin D deficient.
Recent study is able to correct for all known potential co-founders between vitamin D and adiponectin and still find an association between the two.