Dr. Cannell revisits a study led by Dr. Heaney which aimed to determine how much vitamin D is derived from food and sunlight.
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New research published in the International Journal of Circumpolar Health suggests that through a combination of summer sun exposure and food sources, Arctic populations may be able to get good amounts of vitamin D.
New trial finds a diet high in fish does not improve vitamin D status in those with metabolic syndrome
New research published in the European Journal of Nutrition has found that a Nordic diet high in fish consumption does not improve vitamin D levels.
Recently two Swiss researchers published a review of all the studies of the vitamin D content of various protein food groups.
More and more, food producers are looking for ways to increase vitamin D content in foods, especially eggs. Researchers in Germany may have discovered how to best accomplish this.
In the final part of the three blog series, Dr Cannell discusses how lake fish consumption affects vitamin D status in certain native populations.
Arctic aboriginal populations have experienced significant diet and lifestyle changes over the past 50 years, coinciding with increased rates of cancer, diabetes, and obesity.
The newest addition to our blogging team, Rebecca Oshiro discusses a randomized controlled trial looking at D2 on vitamin D levels.