Vitamin D deficiency warning - three of the best foods to prevent ‘sunshine’ symptoms

VITAMIN D deficiency is particularly common during the winter months, when sunlight and daylight hours are reduced. But adding certain foods to your daily diet could help to top up your vitamin D levels. These are the best food sources of vitamin D - should you consider taking ‘sunshine’ supplements?
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Publication date: Available online 24 March 2019Source: Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and TraumaAuthor(s): Lee Jia YingAbstractOur patient is a 16-year-old boy basketballer with no significant medical history or previous injuries. He fell on his right hip during jogging and sustained a right superior-posterior hip dislocation with a Pipkin type 2 fracture of the femoral head. Manipulation and reduction under sedation then general anaesthesia was unsuccessful he underwent open reduction and internal fixation.Because his fall was of low energy, an endocrinologist was consulted to rule out primary contributing factors to h...
Source: Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma - Category: Orthopaedics Source Type: research
Conclusions: A dose of 400 IU of vitamin D was adequate to treat vitamin D deficiency in the majority of premature infants with LOS. The 2 dosing regimens did not differ in clinical or biochemical changes.
Source: Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition - Category: Gastroenterology Tags: Original Articles: Nutrition Source Type: research
Abstract CONTEXT: Breast cancer (BC) is the most common malignancy among women in the US. Vitamin D status and intakes are thought to be inversely associated with BC occurrence. OBJECTIVES: In our systematic review and meta-analysis, we evaluated evidence linking serum 25(OH)D (both in serum and diet) with breast cancer (BC) occurrence. DATA SOURCES AND EXTRACTION: Only observational studies from databases such as PubMed and Cochrane (January 1st 2000 through March 15th, 2018) were included using PRISMA guidelines. Publication bias and consistency upon replication were assessed, while harmonizing risk ra...
Source: Clinical Breast Cancer - Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Tags: Clin Nutr ESPEN Source Type: research
VITAMIN D deficiency is particularly common during the winter months, when sunlight and daylight hours are reduced. But adding certain foods to your diet could prevent symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency. This is the exact amount of eggs you ’d have to eat every day to top up on the ‘sunshine’ vitamin.
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This study included newly hospitalized patients aged 65  years or over at Ohchi hospital April to August in 2015. At the time of admission, serum 25(OH)D concentration was measured, and ADL, instrumental ADL (IADL), cognitive function, blood test, nursing care certification were investigated as background factors. Among 209 patients, 25(OH)D was suffici ent (>  30 ng/mL) only 14 cases (7%), insufficient (20–30 ng/mL) in 43 cases (20%), and deficient (
Source: Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism - Category: Orthopaedics Source Type: research
(Natural News) Often referred to as the ”sunshine vitamin,” vitamin D is an extremely important fat-soluble vitamin that has powerful effects on the whole body. It is crucial to every cell and tissue, and is essential for proper heart and brain health, immune function, bone density, insulin production, and mood. Vitamin D plays a crucial...
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Source: PsyBlog | Psychology Blog - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Tags: Nutrition Source Type: blogs
Source: Digestive and Liver Disease - Category: Gastroenterology Authors: Tags: Oral Communications Source Type: research
ConclusionOur findings highlight the potential value of WES to identify heritable risk factors that could affect the reabsorption of transferrin-bound iron in the kidneys causing sustained iron loss, together with inhibition of vitamin B12 absorption and vitamin D reabsorption (CUBN) and iron transport into mitochondria (SLC25A37) as the sole site of heme synthesis. This supports a model for RRMS in children with an apparent iron-deficient biochemical subtype of MS, with oligodendrocyte cell death and impaired myelination possibly caused by deficits of energy- and antioxidant capacity in mitochondria.
Source: Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports - Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Source Type: research
This study aimed to analyse the relationship between the level of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) and the severity of coronary artery atherosclerosis and to study 25(OH)D levels in non-diabetic patients hospitalised due to acute coronary syndrome and those diagnosed with stable CAD. Material and methods: oronary angiography was performed prospectively in 410 successive cardiac patients. The severity of coronary artery atherosclerosis was assessed according to the Coronary Artery Surgery Study Score (CASSS). The plasma 25(OH)D level was assessed with the electrochemiluminescence method. Results: The 25(OH)D level prov...
Source: Archives of Medical Science - Category: General Medicine Tags: Arch Med Sci Source Type: research
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