Though the diet is limited in vitamin D, prominant food companies are taking a step in the right direction to ensure vitamin D sufficiency.
Tag Archives: dietary vitamin D
A new study analyzes the vitamin D content of infant foods and supplements, revealing the disturbing truth about the inaccuracy of food labels.
Low vitamin D levels in autistic children not due to decreased sun exposure or less dietary vitamin D
A new study suggests that low vitamin D status in autistic children is not a result from decreased sun exposure or dietary intake of vitamin D.
Recently two Swiss researchers published a review of all the studies of the vitamin D content of various protein food groups.
New research out of Oman reports that vitamin D deficiency is very common in Omanis.
Do meat eaters, fish eaters, vegetarians and vegans have different vitamin D levels? And are we getting extra vitamin D from a unknown source?
Dr Robert Heaney and colleagues were curious about how much vitamin D people get from different food sources. Dr Cannell reviews the surprising results.
Researchers at Iowa State University decided to see if they could increase the amount of vitamin D in eggs by feeding chickens more vitamin D.
In a paper from Stanford University, Dr Swami and company discovered that vitamin D has a treatment effect in mice that have surgically implanted inflammatory breast tumors.
The newest addition to our blogging team, Rebecca Oshiro discusses a randomized controlled trial looking at D2 on vitamin D levels.