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Depression treated by 50K IU Vitamin D weekly (but not 1,000 IU daily) – meta-analysis Jan 2021


Efficacy of vitamin D in the treatment of depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Actas Esp Psiquiatr . 2021 Jan;49(1):12-23. Epub 2021 Jan 1.
Ana Lázaro Tomé 1, M José Reig Cebriá 2, Aurora González-Teruel 3, Juan Antonio Carbonell-Asíns 4, Carlos Cañete Nicolás 5, Miguel Hernández-Viadel 5

Trials using infrequent high doses did much better
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Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that performs multiple functions in the body. In addition to regulating calcium and phosphate levels in the body and contributing to bone mineralization, it participates in various brain and neurocognitive processes. In fact, the deficiency of this vitamin has also been linked to various psychiatric disorders, including depression.


18 Meta-analyses of Depression

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Depression summary

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Better than Daily has the following

31 items in BETTER THAN DAILY category

Non-daily (Bolus) is better:

  1. Better compliance for everyone
    • Fewer opportunities to forget.
    • If happen to forget, just take the pill days or weeks later
    • Fewer times to have to take a pill - for those who dislike doing so
  2. Non-daily is better the ~20% who have a poor Vitamin D Receptor
    • A high concentration gradient is one of 14 ways to get past Vitamin D Receptor limitations
    • So, while 80% get no extra benefit from non-daily dosing, 20% will get an extra benefit

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