A recent study found that preeclampsia was linked with increased breakdown, reduced activation and impaired placental uptake of vitamin D.
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Study finds vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy improves metabolic profiles but has no effect on preeclampsia.
A recent RCT found that vitamin D supplementation improved insulin sensitivity and antioxidant capacity, but had no effect on preeclampsia.
A new randomized controlled trial strengthens vitamin D’s association with improved maternal and infant health.
New research published in PLOS One has found a potential mechanism for the beneficial effect of vitamin D in those with preeclampsia.
Dr Poel and colleagues from the Netherlands recently conducted the first ever meta-analysis examining a link between gestational diabetes and vitamin D status during pregnancy.
New research shows a relationship between vitamin D levels in the third trimester of pregnancy and risk of developing pre-eclampsia.