Then to top it off you get a good probiotic count in the gut and your immune function and general mood is also positively effected. All these things you can feel the difference. There will be no doubt in your mind that you are feeling better.
Final thought. How do you know what feeling better is if you have never experienced it?
Vitamin D Council Members Blog Study looks at seasonality of vitamin D levels in the United States
June 29, 2013 -- John Cannell, MD
Researchers wanted to see if seasonal variation still existed for vitamin D levels in the years after sun avoidance advice and to see if seasonality is changing over time. Continue reading → (no membership required) Vitamin D testing: Then vs now
June 26, 2013 -- Tom Weishaar
Tom Weishaar discusses the dramatic increase in vitamin D testing during the past 10-15 years. Continue reading → (membership required) Meta-analysis: Vitamin D supplementation may prevent respiratory tract infections
June 25, 2013 -- John Cannell, MD
Dr Cannell discusses the latest meta analysis examining 11 randomized controlled trials on vitamin D and respiratory tract infections. Continue reading → (membership required) Meta-analysis and systematic review: Low vitamin D linked to cognitive decline
June 28, 2013 -- John Cannell, MD
Dr Cannell discusses the latest systematic review and meta-analysis on vitamin D and cognitive function. Continue reading → (membership required)
Vitamin D News Room Low vitamin D linked to early signs of kidney disease
July 1, 2013 -- Vitamin D News
Vitamin D status may predict early kidney disease, according to a study published in the July issue of American Journal of Kidney Disease. Continue reading →
Women on hormone replacement therapy and vitamin D, calcium have lower risk of fracture
June 26, 2013 -- Vitamin D News
Women on hormone replacement therapy who also took daily supplements of calcium and vitamin D had a significant reduction in hip fractures. Continue reading →
Study: Low vitamin D levels following pediatric heart surgery
June 28, 2013 -- Vitamin D News
Research shows that vitamin D levels are low following pediatric heart surgery, most likely due to children’s D deficiency prior to surgery. Continue reading →
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