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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A study has found that vitamin D supplementation modulates the gut microbiome, offering an explanation for the benefits of vitamin D on G.I. diseases.
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.
Sun exposure is associated with reduced risk of surgery in patients with Crohn’s disease, new study shows
Researchers find that among patients with Crohn’s disease, higher UV exposure is correlated with a reduced risk of inpatient surgery.
A recent prospective cohort study found a relationship between resident sun exposure and risk of Crohn’s disease but not ulcerative colitis.
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 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.
Recently, Drs at the University of Pennsylvania wanted to know if the symptoms of ulcerative colitis were worse in vitamin D deficient people