Researchers recently discovered that weekly vitamin D supplementation helped improve depression and anxiety among women with type 2 diabetes.
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A recent randomized controlled trial has found that supplementation with vitamin D2 has no effect on rheumatoid arthritis disease activity and may negatively impact symptoms.
Researchers report that eating mushrooms with vitamin D2 is as effective at increasing vitamin D levels as taking vitamin D3.
In the final part of the three blog series, Dr Cannell discusses how lake fish consumption affects vitamin D status in certain native populations.
Dr Cannell and Dr Clark discuss toxic doses of vitamin D and the frequency of toxicity back in the 1930s.
Research recently published in PLoS ONE examines childhood vitamin D2 and D3 levels and subsequent psychotic experiences later in life.
The newest addition to our blogging team, Rebecca Oshiro discusses a randomized controlled trial looking at D2 on vitamin D levels.
Kate Saley discusses a meta-analysis in which Professor Tripkovic and colleagues reviewed 10 randomized controlled trials comparing vitamin D2 and vitamin D3 in raising serum 25(OH)D status.
Prescription vitamin D (D2) less effective than over-the-counter vitamin D (D3) according to a meta-analysis.
Dr Cannell announces Carol Baggerly of Grassroots Health’s upcoming presentations around the country and answers some of our readers most common questions.