According to a member, vitamin D helped treat his son’s Crohn’s, allowing for him to stop medication completely. Dr. Cannell weighs in on the subject.
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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.
New research reports that higher vitamin D status is associated with a decreased risk of hospitalization and surgery for patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease.
Patients in remission with Crohn’s disease who took vitamin D had significant improvement in quality of life, according to research presented at the annual Digestive Disease Week.
A Council blog member writes to Dr Cannell regarding his friend’s wife. She has a severe infection, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and low vitamin D.
A new open label carried out by Professor Linlin Yang reports that vitamin D may be of help to people with Crohn’s.
Researchers in Denmark report that people with active Crohn’s disease are more likely to have low vitamin D levels when compared with patients in remission.
Researchers at the Chaim Sheba Medical Center in Israel recently reviewed the evidence that vitamin D is involved in autoimmune disorders.
Recently, Drs at the University of Pennsylvania wanted to know if the symptoms of ulcerative colitis were worse in vitamin D deficient people
A reader writes in with an improved case of Crohn’s disease after supplementing with 3000 IU/day.