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  1. 2000 IU of vitamin D is a step in the right direction for Canada– Nov 2010
  2. 27 percent of Canadian women had less than 30 ng of vitamin D – Sept 2010
  3. 3X increase in Vitamin D sales in Quebec Canada in 5 years - Nov 2014
  4. 90 percent of Canadian youth less than 30 ng vitamin D – Oct 2010
  5. 90 percent of Canadians do not have optimal levels of vitamin D – Nov 2013
  6. Alberta Canada also overwhelmed with vitamin D tests - Jan 2011
  7. BC elderly median 400 IU only only 3 percent exceed 2000 IU vitamin D – June 2010
  8. Bottles containing 2,000 IU capsules of Vitamin D seized in Canada (not on authorized list) - March 2018
  9. Canadian pregnancies have enough vitamin D – if white, summer, supplement, eat meat, etc. – Nov 2019
  10. Canadian Vitamin D deficiency – May 2011
  11. Canadians – 37 percent have less than 20 ng of vitamin D (after adjusting test results with standards) – Sept 2015
  12. Canadians have a hard time getting even 1,000 IU of vitamin D from the sun – July 2015
  13. Canadians losing yet another free medical test - vitamin D Nov 2010
  14. Concealing Clothing in Canada: half the level of vitamin D in blood – May 2012
  15. Could Canada cause multiple sclerosis (MS increased 2X in 5 years) - April 2015
  16. Dark Skinned youths and vitamin D in Southern Canada - Dissertation 2011
  17. Economic Burden of Illness in Canada, 2010 – April 2018
  18. Fraser Health in Canada will be giving 20000 IU vitamin D weekly to reduce falls – Nov 2011
  19. Half of Quebec kids had less than 20 ng of vitamin D – Milk and movement did not help – Mar 2011
  20. How Alberta Canada restricts Vitamin D testing – May 2016
  21. Hypothyroidism risk reduced 32 percent in those getting vitamin D levels above 50 ng – Oct 2017
  22. Increased Quality of Life with increased vitamin D – April 2014
  23. Increasing the vitamin D level of all Canadians to 40 ng would save 6 to 18 billion dollars a year – Nov 2016
  24. Influenza prevented by 40 ng levels or treated with vitamin D hammer (50,000 IU) – June 2015
  25. Lower vitamin D if born outside of Canada or lower education - April 2013
  26. Many vitamin D articles and videos by Schwalfenberg in Canada
  27. More hospitals or more Vitamin D – your choice
  28. Multiple Sclerosis rates are highest in Canada (far from equator) – May 2018
  29. Northern Canadians do not have low vitamin D levels (are they taking supplements) – Sept 2013
  30. Ontario proposes to not pay for vitamin D testing - Aug 2010
  31. Optimal level of vitamin D is 40 ng, 93 percent of Canadians do not have optimal levels – Oct 2017
  32. Overly restrictive sun exposure warnings pose health risk - July 2015
  33. Overview of Vitamin D Wiki for Fraser Health
  34. Proposed National Vitamin D Day in Canada – Feb 2012
  35. Pure North (Calgary) improves health by raising vitamin D to 60 ng
  36. Schizophrenia high and increasing in Canada – lower vitamin D and more dark skin – Feb 2013
  37. Sun is needed, but as with ice cream, getting too much can cause problems – Aug 2015
  38. Thoughts on improving vitamin D policies - Vieth Nov 2013
  39. Vitamin D blood levels of Canadians – Jan 2013
  40. Vitamin D deficiency is a major global public health problem – Maps Nov 2013
  41. Vitamin D for elderly 800 to 2000 IU - Osteoporosis Canada - Sept 2010
  42. Vitamin D in Canada
  43. Vitamin D levels continue to fall: Canada 6 percent drop from 2009 to 2011 – Feb 2013
  44. Vitamin D supplementation by half of senior women in Canada in 2009 - June 2015
  45. Vitamin D supplementation improved quality of life – Aug 2015
  46. Vitamin D very popular with Canadian seniors having complex medical problems – Jan 2019

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