Researchers discovered that a minimum of 4,000 IU vitamin D is needed to help control serum markers of type II diabetes.
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A new study suggests women who don’t supplement with vitamin D have nearly a twofold increased risk of developing preeclampsia compared to those who supplement.
A recent RCT found that 1,000 IU per day effectively increased antimicrobial activity within the airway compared to a placebo.
Vitamin D status is associated with a hormone involved in female fertility, according to a recent RCT.
A RCT determined daily doses of 4,000 IU vitamin D3 enabled 88% of elderly individuals to reach optimal vitamin D status.
High dose vitamin D supplementation effective in controlling glucose metabolism in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome
A RCT found that 4,000 IU of vitamin D was more effective than 1,000 IU in controlling insulin concentrations in insulin resistant women with PCOS.
A recent randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D supplementation did not reduce breast density, a risk factor for breast cancer.
A new study found that daily sun exposure significantly reduced total cholesterol levels; whereas, vitamin D supplements increased total cholesterol.
A new meta-analysis found that the repletion of vitamin D deficiency may lead to HbA1C reductions among type II diabetes patients.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent RCT that showed vitamin D supplementation failed to benefit patients with chronic heart failure.