A recent study discovered vitamin D stored in fat tissue may contribute to serum levels during times when vitamin D intake is limited.
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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 recent study found that preeclampsia was linked with increased breakdown, reduced activation and impaired placental uptake of vitamin D.
A new RCT determined weekly doses of 70,000 IU vitamin D3 reduced activated vitamin D levels among professional athletes.
A recent study discovered a new mechanism by which vitamin D may help treat metabolic diseases linked to lipid balance.
In this new blog, Dr. John Cannell discusses the merits of testing patients’ cholecalciferol levels, the form of vitamin D that it is converted into 25(OH)D.
The liver converts vitamin D into 25(OH)D. In some countries, you can prescribe 25(OH)D. Does it work faster? Does it work better? Find out.