A meta-analysis of over 5000 children concludes no association between vitamin D and food allergies.
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A recent study found that vitamin D levels under 20 ng/ml was shown to increase the risk of atopic dermatitis in Korean children.
A recent clinical trial concluded that vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy and infancy may prevent allergies.
A controlled trial suggests that vitamin D supplementation improves atopic dermatitis by decreasing inflammatory markers.
Pregnant mothers deficient in vitamin D have altered levels of key immune cells involved in allergy and asthma.
New research provides further insight into vitamin D’s role in reducing the risk of developing allergies in early life.
New research found that low vitamin D levels may increase the risk of milk sensitization in young children.
A recent study suggests that infants with vitamin D deficiency are at an increased risk for food allergies and that deficiency may contribute to severity of eczema.
Researchers recently explored the relationship between latitude, sun exposure, and anaphylaxis in Chile.
To help clarify vitamin D’s role in allergic asthma, researchers recently studied the effects of vitamin D supplementation in an animal model.