Though the diet is limited in vitamin D, prominant food companies are taking a step in the right direction to ensure vitamin D sufficiency.
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New research found that consumption of non-cow’s milk was associated with decreased vitamin D levels compared to the consumption of cow’s milk among children in North America.
Recently, The European Food Safety Authority issued a positive opinion on the safety of UV-treated baking yeast.
New randomized controlled trial finds that vitamin D influences blood pressure, even in healthy young adults
Vitamin D has been shown to improve cardiovascular health in high-risk populations. Does the same hold true in healthy groups?
Recently two Swiss researchers published a review of all the studies of the vitamin D content of various protein food groups.
Kellogg’s has received approval to start adding vitamin D to its cereals in Canada. The approval comes from the governmental body Health Canada.
In Finland, rates of type 1 diabetes have finally leveled off. Can we credit this curtail to the country’s vitamin D food fortification policies implemented in 2003?
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.
The Food and Drug Administration amended its regulations regarding how much vitamin D2 can be added to bread.
Dr Cannell discusses food fortification with a reader and contemplates what the most effective approach would be.