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Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble prohormones, the two major forms of which are vitamin D2 and vitamin D3 . The term vitamin D also refers to metabolites and other analogues of these substances. Vitamin D3 is produced in...
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Information on vitamin D, sources, deficiency, and health risks of excessive intake of this nutrient.
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vitamin D n. A fat-soluble vitamin occurring in several forms, especially vitamin D 2 or vitamin D 3 , required for normal growth of teeth and bones,
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Vitamin D is an essential vitamin the body needs to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the body. ... meet their vitamin D requirements through ...
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Helps regulate calcium and phosphorus in the blood and absorption and deposition of calcium. Includes recommended daily allowances, cautions, and side effects.
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Article on health benefits of vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin. Includes information on deficiency, toxicity, and recommended intake.
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Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University ... Vitamin D itself is biologically inactive, and it must be metabolized to its ...
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Vitamin D is found in many dietary sources such as fish, eggs, fortified milk, ... In children, vitamin D deficiency causes rickets, which results in skeletal ...
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Describes the "sunshine vitamin." Includes function and negative results from both deficiency and large doses.
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Vitamin D3: Higher Doses Reduce Risk of Common Health Concerns. By ... Optimal Vitamin D status for colorectal cancer prevention: a quantitative meta analysis. ...
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Krispin Sullivan, CN, describes the miraculous health benefits of adequate Vitamin D intake from sunlight and food. ... from severe vitamin D deficiency. ...
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... of vitamin D for women's health concerns and how to prevent vitamin D deficiency naturally. ... Vitamin D works in concert with other nutrients and ...
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Adequate amounts of vitamin D throughout one's life (in combination with ... Vitamin D is needed to properly absorb calcium. Calcium, together with vitamin D, ...
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New research into the preventive benefits of vitamin D has raised hopes that the sunshine vitamin, which is produced naturally in the body through exposure to the ...
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Describes about the fat-soluble vitamin, sources, deficiency, toxicity, and issues and controversies about this nutrient.
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Recipes, nutrition and food guidelines for healthy eating and weight loss. ... Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to many chronic diseases, including heart ...
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Vitamin D is found in numerous dietary sources such as fish, eggs, fortified ... In children, vitamin D deficiency causes rickets, which results in skeletal ...
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Explanation of how vitamin D help in the prevention of osteoporosis and the recommended daily requirement of vitamin D. From National Osteoporosis Foundation.
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What's really remarkable is that vitamin D deficiency is epidemic throughout the ... Re: Lack of Vitamin D - The Real Reason Flu Hits In Winter ...
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What are safe levels of Vitamin D? How could the current recommendations be so far off? ... Vitamin D is an oil soluble substance that is found in only a few ...
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