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Acute viral respiratory infections (RTI) reduced by Vitamin D - 20 reviews - Aug 2020


The effects of Vitamin D on acute viral respiratory infections: a rapid review - Aug 2020

Ryan Bradley bradley at nunm.edu 1, Janet Schloss* 3,4, Danielle Brown' Deisy Celis2/ John Finnell' Rita Hedol Vladyslav Honcharov2/ Traci Pantuso' Hilda Pena2, Romy Lauche3' Amie Steel3 1Helfg Ott Research Institute,

Clinical significance:
Despite several positive systematic reviews and meta-analyses, the available experimental evidence related to the effects of vitamin D on acute respiratory tract infection (ARTI) is plagued with heterogeneity and mixed quality, and therefore is insufficient to recommend vitamin D supplementation to the general population as a protective agent against ARTI. However, based on the evidence identified in this rapid review (including a high margin of clinical safety), combined with strong mechanistic rationale, the following recommendations can be made for those at risk of ARTI:

  • 1. vitamin D status should be tested for those at risk of ARTI;
  • 2. patients identified with deficiency or insufficiency should be supplemented with vitamin D until their status is normalized; and
  • 3. daily dosing of vitamin D3 is preferred to achieve serum concentrations > 30 nmol/L in a timely manner.

Clinical trials support vitamin D doses of 800 IU/day up to 10,000 lU/day with 1,000 - 2,000 lU/day being a common dosing strategy in clinical trials, and potentially more effective then lower daily or bolus dosing strategies.


VitaminDWiki comments on study

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Huge range of amount of Vitamin D given: as low as 40 IU
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  • Sorry, unable to extract text from this PDF without lots of errors
    • Perhaps the watermark was too intense
  • PDF is extremely conservative: the goal of >13 ng
    • Most health studies conclude that people need > 30ng,
    • Some studies conclude that the goal should be > 50 ng
  • They incorrectly assume that the common dosing strategy is a good dosing strategy
  • This study, like many previous studies, found that a single large (bolus) dose when not followed up with maintenance dosing, does not help.

Respiratory Tract Infection risk reduced 2X by Vitamin D loading doses – meta-analysis Jan 2021

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Acute viral respiratory infections (RTI) reduced by Vitamin D - 20 reviews - Aug 2020 24 Sep, 2021
Small vitamin D doses provide small benefits for acute respiratory infections – Meta-analysis March 2021 31 Mar, 2021
Acute pneumonia in children 3X less likely if greater than 30 ng of vitamin D – Jan 2021 20 Mar, 2021
Acute respiratory tract infections not reduced by Vitamin D if already have a good level – Jan 2020 15 Jan, 2021
Acute respiratory distress – 100 percent of patients were vitamin D deficient– April 2015 09 Jun, 2019
Acute respiratory tract infections prevented by vitamin D (even when ignoring the dose size – Meta-analysis Feb 2017 09 Aug, 2017
Acute Lower Respiratory Infections in Children - associated with low vitamin D – meta-analysis Dec 2014 16 Sep, 2016
Acute respiratory infection treated by vitamin D in 6 of 12 clinical trials – review Nov 2012 15 May, 2016
Acute respiratory infection worsened by too infrequent vitamin D supplementation – RCT June 2015 17 Dec, 2015
Common cold (Acute Rhinosinusitis) 12 percent more likely for every 10 nanogram lower Vitamin D – Oct 2015 13 Oct, 2015
Low dose Vitamin D during pregnancy and infancy results in strange acute respiratory infection response – April 2015 24 Mar, 2015
Acute lower respiratory infection 5X more frequent with low vitamin D intake – June 2012 20 Mar, 2015
Newborn acute lower respiratory tract infection associated with low maternal vitamin D – March 2015 20 Mar, 2015
100 percent of Acute Respiratory Failure patients had low vitamin D - April 2012 21 Jun, 2013

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