A meta-analysis of RCTs discovered that vitamin D supplementation did not increase the risk of noncalcemic adverse effects compared to a placebo.
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Researchers recently discovered that weekly vitamin D supplementation helped improve depression and anxiety among women with type 2 diabetes.
Results from a recent large meta-analysis suggest that vitamin D supplementation is ineffective in lowering blood pressure.
A review found that vitamin D may have a small to moderate effect on short-term quality of life, but may not benefit long-term quality of life.
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.
New research out of Loyola University, Chicago, has shown that vitamin D may help alleviate pain and depression in women with type II diabetes.
In a new study, low dose vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy had no effect on their child’s respiratory health in early childhood.
In a new animal model, researchers in France report on a detailed look at how and if vitamin D plays a role in the nervous system.
Where do you think vitamin D exists in our natural world? You may be surprised by some of these vitamin D rich sources.
It’s often cited that the human body can make 10,000 to 25,000 IU of vitamin D, maybe more, in a single session of full body sun exposure. How do we know that?