Researchers have looked at whether vitamin D supplements have any effect on bone health. Most research says no.
A systematic review examined whether vitamin supplements had any effect on the course and outcomes of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
New research shows that lower vitamin D levels in people may reduce the immune response from the COVID-19 vaccine.
There are a lot of claims about vitamin D and COVID-19 infections. This article reviews the current evidence with respect to these claims.
There are many cold and flu supplements that are pushed on us every winter. Is there any scientific evidence that they work?
A lot of medical research on vitamin D supplements don’t provide much evidence that it is useful in treating any disease.
New research shows that high doses of vitamin D do not support improved heart health, although it may help a select subset of patients.
Big Supplement makes tons of money pushing pills that have not been shown to be safe and effective in regulated clinical trials.
A new peer-reviewed observational study shows that vitamin D supplementation may reduce the risk of dementia. But there are many limitations.
New peer reviewed research shows that higher doses of vitamin D may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in pre-diabetes patients.