New research shows that supplemental and dietary intake of vitamin D2 is associated with lower levels of 25(OH)D3 and calcitriol, the activated form of vitamin D.
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Researchers in Detroit measured vitamin D levels in more than 2800 pregnant women taking prenatal vitamins in Detroit. Dr Cannell discusses the findings.
In the final part of the three blog series, Dr Cannell discusses how lake fish consumption affects vitamin D status in certain native populations.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent study which found teenagers in a mental health clinic with the lowest vitamin D levels were more likely to be psychotic.
Kate Saley discusses a meta-analysis in which Professor Tripkovic and colleagues reviewed 10 randomized controlled trials comparing vitamin D2 and vitamin D3 in raising serum 25(OH)D status.
Dr Cannell comments on Oliver Gillie’s book “Scotland’s Health Deficit: an explanation and a plan”, and looks into what primary care doctors are doing about the problem.
Betrayal of a Nation: Why U.S. health authorities are keeping you vitamin D deficient and who stands to gain
Dr. Anne Looker of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) comes out with a puzzling report on the vitamin D status of Americans…
Learn about vitamin D, the different types, what analogs are all about, and what type of vitamin D your doctor prescribes.