A recent study found that vitamin D was associated with muscle strength and quality in an elderly population over a 10 year period.
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It’s that time again! Learn about new vitamin D research as Dr Cannell answers questions and inquiries from our readers.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent groundbreaking study looking into vitamin D and its role in heart attacks and stroke.
Observational studies have consistently reported an increased risk of vitamin D deficiency in those who are obese.
A new study published in the European Journal of Nutrition reports that vitamin D deficiency may increase your chances of becoming obese years later.
New study suggests healthy vitamin D status and high protein intake improve muscle mass among older adults with sarcopenia
Results from a new study suggest maintaining healthy vitamin D levels and high protein intake improve muscle mass among older adults with sarcopenia.
A small study finds that Crohn’s disease patients given high dose vitamin D supplementation have fewer relapses than those given low dose.
A new study found healthy vitamin D levels increased the odds of remission among inflammatory bowel disease patients who had just begun treatment.
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.
A new open label carried out by Professor Linlin Yang reports that vitamin D may be of help to people with Crohn’s.
Dr Bischoff-Ferrari’s recent publication reviews the relationship between vitamin D blood levels and muscle function. Dr Cannell discusses this as well as research on elderly fall rates.
Dr. Cannell discusses a study that found that patients with Crohn’s disease receive maximum immune effects when a vitamin D level of > 40 ng/ml is met.
Recent study finds that low vitamin D levels are associated with increased disease activity in ulcerative colitis
Vitamin D levels are found to be inversely related to mucosal inflammation and disease activity in patients with ulcerative colitis.
A new randomized controlled trial out of Egypt reports that vitamin D can reduce the incidence of flare-ups in patients with SLE.
Researchers discover that non-melanoma skin cancer is highly correlated with a reduction in risk of Alzheimer’s. What does Dr Cannell think?
A recent study suggests that vitamin D deficiency is linked with longer axial length and an increased risk of nearsighted vision in young children.