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  1. 2,000 IU vitamin D recommended for pediatric rheumatology – May 2015
  2. Is 50 ng of vitamin D too high, just right, or not enough
  3. 1,100 IU Vitamin D needed to get most to 20 ng (look at individual not summary data) – April 2018
  4. 2400 IU of Vitamin D is need to get most above 30 nanograms – Sept 2017
  5. 25 experts recommend vitamin D level of min 30 ng – Nov 2009
  6. 30 to 50 ng of vitamin D is optimal – Central Europe consensus Sept 2013
  7. 4,000 IU of Vitamin D is OK - 19 organizations agree - 2018
  8. 50,000 IU of vitamin D every two weeks – Jordan conclusion - RCT July 2017
  9. A call to action: Vitamin D for hip fracture – Holick July 2020
  10. All older women need vitamin D supplementation to get to even 20 ng (results of modeling) – May 2018
  11. Call to action – more Vitamin D for pregnancies, loading doses are OK – Holick Aug 2019
  12. Call to Action: Eliminate Vitamin D Deficiency during COVID-19 (7 reasons) – Manson July 23, 2020
  13. Can Vitamin D be a Cure to Health Care Sustainability (question mark) – symposium May 2014
  14. Consensus Vitamin D
  15. Endocrine Society recommend higher vitamin D levels – June 2011
  16. Endocrinology position statement on Vitamin D, etc. does not say much – Oct 2018
  17. Essential nutrient requirements of the elderly (vitamin D, etc.) – June 2014
  18. FDA now allows specific Omega-3 health claims (Vitamin D claims are feasible) July 2019
  19. Fraility Call to Action: Vitamin D is one of the action items – June 2013
  20. Global Vitamin D recommendations - summer 2018
  21. Italian consensus of recommended Vitamin D, Omega-3, etc – Oct 2016
  22. Larger doses to those who were more insufficient, got all to 34 ng of Vitamin D – Oct 2018
  23. Loading dose of vitamin D then monthly maintenance is the most popular – Nov 2018
  24. MS and vitamin D consensus from Brazil - 40-100 ng, not monotherapy – Feb 2014
  25. Multiple Sclerosis - Coimbra Protocol (high-dose Vitamin D) - by one of the 120 doctors of 20,000 patients - Dec 2018
  26. Recommended levels of vitamins and minerals - history RDA DRI
  27. Review of vitamin D recommendations around the world – April 2017
  28. Rickets needs Vitamin D and Calcium - Global Consensus Jan 2016
  29. Routine monitoring of vitamin D during pregnancy is mandatory (Engl. and Port.) - May 2015
  30. Seniors need at least 4,000 IU vitamin D, no test needed – Consensus Jan 2014
  31. Turkey gave 400 IU vitamin D to all infants and reduced Rickets by 60X - 2011
  32. US admits math mistake was made in 2010 in estimating Vitamin D, but will not change recommendations – Nov 2017
  33. Vitamin D and Rickets consensus took 80 years – how long till consensuses on 30 other health problems – Feb 2016
  34. Vitamin D can quickly deal with Osteoporosis in the very old – Europe working group review – July 2014
  35. Vitamin D Consensus 4,000 to 10,000 IU, upper limit 100 ng – Italy 2018
  36. Vitamin D consensus for Italian children, 30 ng needed, up to 4,000 IU if over age 10 – May 2018
  37. Vitamin D Consensus, Brazil – Many people need 30 – 60 ng – Nov 2017
  38. Vitamin D consensus: 400 IU for infants, less than 10 ng is too low, if low sun need to supplement – April 2017
  39. Vitamin D improves a child’s immune system – can now be claimed in Europe – Sept 2016
  40. Vitamin D in European children – no consensus on “adequate” levels – April 2017
  41. Vitamin D Recommendations around the world - IU and ng
  42. Vitamin D recommendations by Italian Endocrinologists – 40 ng if pregnant, 30 ng if high risk – April 2018
  43. Vitamin D recommendations should reduce Rickets (but not much else) - March 2016
  44. Vitamin D sufficiency 10 to 30 ng, optimal 40 to 80 ng (no consensus)– May 2018
  45. Vitamin D supplementation guidelines (adults – 50,000 IU per week) – Feb 2017
  46. Vitamin D voting by panel – agreed upon bone health and high risk of chronic diseases – July 2016
  47. Why are doctors reluctant to accept vitamin D
  48. Need 40 to 60 ng of Vitamin D – 48 scientists call for action – 2015
  49. Vitamin D RDA of 600 IU is not enough - global RCT meta-analysis March 2019

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