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COPD trial using 80,000 IU of vitamin D weekly – RCT 2021

This Study Include Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease(COPD) Patients . Patients Were Vitamin D Deficient Age Range 40 to 80 Years, Smokers Patients Were Advised to Take Either Placebo or Vitamin D3 . Antioxidant Enzymes Were Assessed at Baseline and at 26th Weeks. (BSMMU)

80,000 IU weekly for 13 weeks, then 40,000 IU weekly for 13 weeks


VitaminDWiki anticipates that this trial will be successful

COPD Overview has the following

  • COPD = Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease    Wikipedia
  • COPD has dramatically risen to become the 3rd leading cause of death
  • COPD is 2 times as likely if you have low vitamin D
  • COPD attack is 30 times more likely if low vitamin D
  • COPD can be effectively treated by Vitamin D
       using 50,000 IU weekly or 100,000 IU monthly

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AND the Overview includes the following sections
50,000 IU weekly - 6X more likely to improve breathing - 2014
50,000 IU helped COPD in many ways - Jan 2015
COPD has become the 3rd largest global cause of disability: ages 50-69

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