Dr. Cannell responds to a member’s question regarding how much vitamin D is produced from sunbathing.
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Dr. Cannell discusses the conflicting evidence surrounding the effects of vitamin D for the treatment of seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Researchers recently evaluated how genes that influence vitamin D status relate to the risk of multiple sclerosis.
Some experts opine that brief sun exposure will supply all the vitamin D that one needs. However, there has never been a study of how much vitamin D such exposure generates.
A study recently looked at infant vitamin D levels to see if there was an association with the air pollution indices of where the mothers lived during their pregnancy.
Part two of this three part blog series covers how vitamin D status changes before, during, and after pregnancy in natural, equatorial living populations.
Pregnant women with low levels of vitamin D were three times more likely to get clinical depression during pregnancy in recent study.
Brant Cebulla discusses what we know about the benefits of sun exposure outside of vitamin D production.
Brant Cebulla reviews the CDC’s nutrition report comparing vitamin D status from 1988-2006. Even with the deficiency bar set extremely low, many are still deficient. Are you?
Dr Cannell reviews the research to answer your questions on topics such as: co-factors, pulmonary function, testing standards, and upcoming vitamin D meetings.