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  1. 26 health factors increase the risk of COVID-19 – all are associated with low vitamin D
  2. A small amount of Vitamin D for a short time does not help (2800 IU, 8 weeks) – RCT Oct 2021
  3. 2.7 X more likely to die COVID-19 if too much Sodium (associated with low vitamin D) - March 2021
  4. 2000 IU of vitamin D for just 2 weeks helped in many ways – RCT June 2016
  5. 2X more likely to have hypertension if less than 15 ng – March 2011
  6. 2X more preeclampsia when vitamin D less than 30 ng, etc. - meta-analysis March 2013
  7. 3000 IU reduced hypertension for the vitamin D insufficient – RCT Aug 2012
  8. 7X increase in early severe preeclampsia associated with low vitamin D – Aug 2012
  9. 8 percent less chance of hypertension with 10 percent increase in Vitamin D - June 2013
  10. Activated vitamin D (Calcitriol) substantially reduced elderly blood pressure in 6 weeks – Oct 2016
  11. All hypertension patients should have vitamin D levels measured – 2010
  12. Arterial stiffness reduced by a single dose of 100,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Dec 2014
  13. Births during times of little sun associated with increased hypertension – April 2011
  14. Blood pressure 4 mm lower if Omega-3 index was high – March 2018
  15. Blood pressure in diabetics reduced by 12 weekly doses of 50,000 IU vitamin D – RCT Jan 2014
  16. Blood pressure is reduced by more than 800 IU of vitamin D – meta-analysis Aug 2016
  17. Blood pressure reduced by monthly 100,000 IU of vitamin D in those who were deficient – RCT Oct 2017
  18. Burka clothing reduces vitamin D levels, which causes pregnancy problems – Oct 2015
  19. Cardiovascular Disease and vitamin D – no proof yet – Sept 2015
  20. Cardiovascular Diseases and Vitamin D – Review Feb 2015
  21. Cardiovascular problems reduced by low dose aspirin and perhaps Omega-3 (also Vit K) – Sept 2017
  22. Caucasian youths low on vitamin D were more likely to have hypertension – July 2011
  23. Child 49 percent higher risk of being overweight if preeclampsia during pregnancy – Sept 2017
  24. COVID-19 deaths 4 to 7 X more likely if Diabetic, Hypertensive, or CVD - meta-analysis March 2020
  25. COVID-19 hospitalizations: 63% associated with diabetes, obesity, hypertension or heart failure – Feb 2021
  26. Daily average of 3600 IU Vitamin D helped hypertensives – Jan 2013
  27. Does vitamin d deficiency cause hypertension?
  28. Drug-resistant hypertension 3.5 X more likely if low vitamin D – March 2020
  29. During pregnancy even 400 IU helps metabolic status – RCT July 2013
  30. Heart disease 2.9 X more likely if essential hypertension person has low vitamin D – Jan 2016
  31. High blood pressure associated with high level of Calcium in blood – Oct 2011
  32. High Blood Pressure reduced by Vitamin D supplementation in seniors and obese – meta-analysis May 2019
  33. Higher weight and blood pressure in second generation from mother mouse who had low vitamin D – 2012
  34. Hypertension
  35. Hypertension 1.5X more likely if low level of Magnesium - Oct 2014
  36. Hypertension 1.7 times more likely if low Vitamin D AND K – Sept 2016
  37. Hypertension 2X more likely as a youth if low vitamin D for first 3 years of life – June 2019
  38. Hypertension 2X more likely if poor CYP24A1 vitamin D gene (China) – Jan 2020
  39. Hypertension 2X more likely when vitamin D levels lower than 14 ng – meta-analysis May 2012
  40. Hypertension 3.1 X more likely in males with poor CPY24A1 gene (but 2.5 X less likely for females) – May 2019
  41. Hypertension 30 percent more likely if low vitamin D – meta-analysis March 2013
  42. Hypertension 5 X more likely if low Vitamin D, A, Calcium and Magnesium – June 2016
  43. Hypertension and vitamin D
  44. Hypertension associated with genes which reduce vitamin D – meta-analysis June 2014
  45. Hypertension associated with low Calcium levels– Oct 2011
  46. Hypertension experts want still more vitamin D proof – Oct 2012
  47. Hypertension gene expression reduced by high-dose vitamin D (hypertensive rats) – March 2019
  48. Hypertension in pregnancy (preeclampsia) more frequent in winter (low vitamin D) – Jan 2015
  49. Hypertension inversely related to vitamin D in whites but not blacks – July 2012
  50. Hypertension is associated with low vitamin D in some groups – meta-analysis April 2015

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