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For the very non scientific claims of Vitamin D lacking evidence, as posted in other publications like the Mail onlie:

Vitamin D supplements ‘don’t ward off ill health’: Little evidence pills lower risk of cancer, strokes or other conditions

Here are small snipets of data to unhinge experimenter bias and media misconceptions:

MS reversed in mice / Single dose  ( Calcitriol ) Vitamin D followed by Vitamin D supplements

Vitamin D reduces blood pressure and relieves depression in women with diabetes

Vitamin D supplementation may delay precocious puberty in girls

Vitamin D deficiency may help spread of hepatitis B throughout liver

Preterm infants may need 800 IU of vitamin D3 per day

Sunshine hormone, vitamin D, may offer hope for treating liver fibrosis

Vitamin D may reduce risk of uterine fibroids, according to NIH study

Vitamin D proven to boost energy — from within the cells

Experts find link between low doses of vitamin D and adverse pregnancy outcomes

Vitamin D benefits breathing in tuberculosis patients

Study reveals potential immune benefits of vitamin D supplements in healthy individuals

Vitamin D, omega-3 may help clear amyloid plaques found in Alzheimer’s

Low vitamin D levels may increase risk of Type 1 diabetes: Up to 50%

Vitamin D Holds Promise in Battling a Deadly Breast Cancer, SLU Researchers Say

New review associates vitamin D with lower rates of tooth decay

Researchers recommend pregnant women take 4,000 IU vitamin D a day

Vitamin D, may protect us from background radiation and could be used as a safe protective agent before or after a low-level nuclear incident

Gestational exposure to urban air pollution linked to vitamin D deficiency in newborns

Could vitamin D, a key milk nutrient, affect how you age?

Vitamin D deficiency: Common and problematic yet preventable

* Alright I can’t post all the research titles over the past 7  years, since just the titles alone are over 35 pages…. You are welcome to search for far more 😉


Ralph Tutchiano

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3 thoughts on “The Counter to the Lancet Claims Vitamin D has little Efficay – Well the Lancet is mistaken ( Here, try some Science )

  1. […] as a medical journal. Please refer to the first rebuttal to the lancet back in December : The Counter to the Lancet Claims Vitamin D has little Efficay – Well the Lancet is mistaken ( Her… This is the Lancets second go at Vitamin D, and its last scrap of […]

  2. I live in New York and the winter time is really tough as it is so cold and cloudy. A lot of the time I do not even go out and I can tell that the lack of Vitamin D really affects my mood and energy as I feel lazy and unhappy. Lacking a tan really sucks too!

    1. Well, I’m brown year round naturally and must tell you that by January, not only do I have cabin fever that no amount of sun shining through my Brooklyn apartment window can diminish (because there is none), I am Vitamin D deficient through late spring. The northeast does that to you,