Tag Archives: muscle

Higher vitamin D levels linked to lower muscle fatigue, according to new study

A recent study found vitamin D status was negatively correlated with cholesterol levels, triglyceride levels and muscle fatigue among older individuals.

Study finds whey protein and vitamin D supplementation helps maintain muscle mass during intentional weight loss in obese older adults

A recent RCT determined that a combination of whey protein, leucine(an amino acid) and vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of sarcopenia during intentional weight loss in obese adults.

New study finds vitamin D related to less body fat in toddlers

A study found that achieving a healthy vitamin D status during a baby’s first 12-36 months may help reduce body fat and increase muscle as a toddler.

Vitamin D supplementation may help post-menopausal women build muscle

A new study found that vitamin D supplementation may lead to increased muscle mass in post-menopausal women.

New study suggests vitamin D supplementation reduces side effects from statins

A clinical trial found that vitamin D supplementation may decrease statin-induced myalgia.

Community blog series: Does long-term vitamin D status and physical activity affect body fat and muscle?

Due to the VitaMe team’s generous support, they were able to select a topic meaningful to them and take part in crafting this blog.

Low vitamin D levels linked to poor grip strength in centenarians

According to a new study in the Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics, low vitamin D levels are associated with poor grip strength in centenarians.

Low vitamin D levels associated with statin induced muscle pain

Research published in the journal PLOS ONE suggests that low vitamin D levels are associated with increased risk of developing statin induced myalgia.

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New research suggests vitamin D2 could lead to higher muscle damage after weight lifting

Results from a new study show that vitamin D2 may not be beneficial to muscle health in athletes.

New study finds high vitamin D levels in mothers leads to stronger muscles in offspring

New research out of London has found an association between vitamin D status in mothers during pregnancy and muscle strength in their children.