Life Extension’s author, Holli Lapes, evaluates whether multivitamins offer enough vitamin D to enable the public to reach sufficiency.
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Study finds updated vitamin D guidelines unsuccessful at improving Canadian children’s vitamin D status
The 2010 updated dietary guidelines for vitamin D appears to be unsuccessful at improving vitamin D status among Canadian children.
Vitamin D Council addresses media claims of the dangers regarding increased vitamin D supplementation in recent years
Riley Peterson addresses negative media coverage on a recent study published by JAMA that evaluated vitamin D supplementation trends.
A recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine argues that there is no vitamin D deficiency pandemic.
Data from the GrassrootsHealth Study suggests that the RDA needs to be changed to about 7000 IU.
Dr. Cannell asks readers to sign a petition for the reevaluation of the Food and Nutrition Board’s vitamin D recommendations.
There is a great need to start looking at magnesium deficiency as a serious and common health problem. However, there are some barriers in testing if people are getting enough.
Dr Cannell brings attention to prevalent magnesium deficiency and the need for more interest from health care providers and researchers.
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.
Absorption and metabolism of vitamin D is comparable among Caucasian and African American women, according to new research.