In the final part of the three blog series, Dr Cannell discusses how lake fish consumption affects vitamin D status in certain native populations.
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Part two of this three part blog series covers how vitamin D status changes before, during, and after pregnancy in natural, equatorial living populations.
New study examines the vitamin D levels of five hunter-gatherer tribes near the equator.
Can we wash away vital vitamin D that is produced on the surface of our skin?
Dr Cannell reviews an exciting new study looking at healthy levels of Vitamin D in the Maasai and Hadzabe people in Eastern Africa.
Dr Cannell gives four reasons why he believes that a level between 40-60 ng/ml is optimal.