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Why natural retailers should emphasize vitamin D to consumers for immune support

Vitamin D has been repeatedly shown to modulate both the innate and adaptive immune response. Controlled trials show that vitamin D decreases acute respiratory infections. And a deficiency of vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity and an increased susceptibility to infection. Most studies show that adequate supplementation can “prevent and improve” the development of some of these autoimmune diseases.

Why natural retailers should emphasize vitamin D to consumers for immune support2020-06-18T12:09:29+00:00

Dear Dr. Roach: Does vitamin D have an effect on immunity?

The target level of vitamin D remains controversial. Most experts recommend levels between 20 and 50, which is usually achievable with vitamin D3 doses of 800-2,000 IU daily (I prefer daily to weekly dosing).

Dear Dr. Roach: Does vitamin D have an effect on immunity?2020-06-17T07:35:54+00:00
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