A recent study suggests maternal vitamin D status may be associated with metabolic changes in the offspring.
Tag Archives: maternal vitamin D supplementation
A recent study found that vitamin D levels of at least 40 ng/ml are associated with a 60% reduced risk of preterm birth.
A recent study discovered vitamin D supplementation during the first trimester of pregnancy eliminated autism related phenotypes in mice.
A recent study evaluated mothers’ preferences for supplementing their infants with vitamin D.
A recent meta-analysis finds prenatal vitamin D supplementation is associated with a reduced risk of recurrent wheezing in children.
Do obstetricians provide routine vitamin D screening and supplementation for their pregnant patients?
A recent study evaluated the knowledge and practices of obstetricians regarding vitamin D testing and supplementation for their pregnant patients.
In this episode, Carole discusses the success of her vitamin D program for pregnant women, and provides insight on a study she helped publish regarding vitamin D status and preterm birth risk.
A new randomized controlled trial shows once again, high-dose vitamin D during pregnancy is safe and effective at raising vitamin D blood levels for mother and newborn child.
In March of 2013, researchers did a systematic review of the literature on the amount of vitamin D a lactating woman needs to maintain adequate vitamin D levels in infants.
There is a link between maternal vitamin D deficiency and adverse health outcomes, according to the latest systematic review.