A new study found vitamin D deficiency was linked with an increased odds of lower limb, hamstring and core injuries among NFL combine athletes.
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Vitamin D Council member shares how supplementing with vitamin D improved his performance in endurance running with peripheral neuropathy.
A recent study found vitamin D status was negatively correlated with cholesterol levels, triglyceride levels and muscle fatigue among older individuals.
A recent article published by the Wall Street Journal discusses how many professional and college sports teams believe that they have found an advantage in supplementing with vitamin D.
Researchers recently determined that high vitamin D status is linked with increased cardiopulmonary exercise capacity.
Dr. Cannell discusses the importance of vitamin D for physical performance in athletes.
A new randomized controlled trial has found that vitamin D, along with creatine, calcium and coffee fruit extract, improves golf performance in adult men.
A new study has found that vitamin D status impacts different factors associated with performance among professional soccer athletes.
Drs Dana Ogan and Kelly Pritchett of Central Washington University recently reviewed the topic of vitamin D and athletes and published their findings in the journal Nurtients.
There is an increasing body of evidence suggesting that sufficient vitamin D levels play a role in athletic performance.