The VDC interviews our board member, Dr. Robyn Balden, to discuss the relationship between vitamin D and cognition and highlights a clinical study she is involved in.
Tag Archives: cognitive decline
Yet another study finds low levels of vitamin D are associated with an increased risk of developing dementia.
Study suggests a combination of vitamin D, leucine and medium chain triglycerides improves cognition among the elderly
A randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D, combined with leucine and medium chain triglycerides, improves cognition in elderly adults.
A randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D supplementation improved cognition and mood.
A new study found that vitamin D supplementation reversed cognitive impairment induced by a high fat diet among obese rats.
A 2-year longitudinal study explored the effect of vitamin D levels on cognitive decline in a Chinese elderly population.
Recent study reviews whether current research on vitamin D and dementia follows Hill’s criteria for causation
Dr. Cannell discusses a review paper on D and dementia to see if the evidence that exists to date meets Hill’s criteria for causation.
A recent cohort study found that vitamin D status related to poorer executive function, processing speed and visual perceptual skills.
Dr. Cannell evaluates the study that found low vitamin D levels may lead greater cognitive decline in older adults.
An article published by Time Magazine discusses recent study that found insufficient vitamin D may lead to greater cognitive decline in older adults.