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  1. A good Vitamin D Receptor (or perhaps more vitamin D) protects against lead during pregnancy
  2. ADHD 2 times more likely if poor Omega-6 to Omega-3 ratio – meta-analysis May 2016
  3. ADHD 2 X more likely if Tylenol used a lot during pregnancy (Autism increased too) – Dec 2016
  4. ADHD 4 year-olds – smaller brain regions proportional to ADHD severity – March 2018
  5. ADHD and Vitamin D Deficiency
  6. ADHD associated with both low vitamin D and poor Vitamin D receptor – May 2018
  7. ADHD associated with low vitamin D in all 8 trials – meta-analysis Oct 2018
  8. ADHD associated with significantly less Vitamin B12 – Sept 2018
  9. ADHD children eat less fatty fish (Omega-3 again) – May 2019
  10. ADHD decreased by 11% for each 10 ng increase in vitamin D in early pregnancy – April 2015
  11. ADHD in Arab countries – vitamin D is the only changeable risk factor – review April 2015
  12. ADHD in children 2.6 X more likely if low vitamin D – meta-analysis Feb 2018
  13. ADHD reduced by just 3,000 IU of Vitamin D and methylphenidate for just 12 weeks – RCT Feb 2018
  14. ADHD, Autism, Early Psychosis and Omega-3 – review Dec 2017
  15. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder impulsivity reduced by daily 1,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Jan 2019
  16. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder helped by Vitamin D, need more data – meta-analysis July 2019
  17. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder treated by weekly 50,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Nov 2018
  18. Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder increasing (2.7X in US Blacks under age 18 in 20 years) – Sept 2018
  19. Autism and ADHD type disorders were 14X more likely in survey of extreme preterm vaccinated infants - April 2017
  20. Autism risk increased 30 percent by Cesareans (both low vitamin D) – meta-analysis Sept 2019
  21. Behavior disorders reduced with Magnesium, Omega-3, and Zinc
  22. Deficiencies of Vitamin D, Iron, Magnesium, and Zinc all associated with ADHD – Sept 2014
  23. Hypothesis – Brain plasticity improved by Vitamin D – Feb 2019
  24. Increased risk of ADHD (28 pct.) and Autism (58 pct.) if low vitamin D during pregnancy – meta-analysis Jan 2019
  25. Mental disorders fought by Omega-3 etc. - meta-meta-analysis Oct 2019
  26. Omega-3 and Vitamin D each treat many mental health problems - April 2018
  27. Omega-3 probably can decrease Autism and ADHD – March 2019
  28. Omega-3 reduced violence in children and violence between parents – RCT May 2018
  29. Pesticides increase risk of Cancers, Alz, ALS, Asthma, ADHD, etc. (all related to low vitamin D) – Oct 2016
  30. Psychiatric problems such as ADHD treated with vitamin D – March 2010
  31. Restless Legs Syndrome and ADHD strongly associated (no mention of vitamin D) – 2005
  32. Risk of severe ADHD increased 2X if multiple pesticides in urine while pregnant – June 2019
  33. Vaccinated children had more chronic diseases - Sept 2018
  34. Vitamin D patented to treat ADHD – June 2018

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