Vitamin D (Calciferol)

Adequacy of essential fatty acid, vitamin D and vitamin E intake: Implications for the ‘core’ and ‘extras’ food group

Adequacy of essential fatty acid, vitamin D and vitamin E intake: Implications for the ‘core’ and ‘extras’ food group concept of the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating

Objective: To assess the implications of new recommendations for essential fatty acids, vitamin D and vitamin E on the classification of margarines and vegetable oils as ‘extras’ in the current ...

FAQs About Vitamin D

The article provides information on vitamin D. The article reports that vitamin D is best known for helping the body absorb calcium. Vitamin D, which is produced in the body when skin is exposed ...

Future health implications of prenatal and early-life vitamin D status

Current or recent low vitamin D status (or proxy measures such as dietary intake or ambient ultraviolet radiation) is linked to several chronic diseases, including osteoporosis, cancers, and card...

Vitamin D (25-OH-D3) Status of 200 Chronically Ill Outpatients Treated at The Center

The article reports on two studies which examined the vitamin D status of hospitalized patients, general population and those patients admitted to a rehabilitation hospital. It mentions that both...

Vitamin D and multiple sclerosis: an update

Observational studies document a positive relationship between vitamin D from the environment (sunlight or diet), circulating vitamin D status, and improved symptoms or prevention of multiple scl...

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