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  1. 1000 IU of Vitamin D daily drops 5 pounds in 12 weeks – Feb 2012
  2. 2000 IU raised vitamin D levels of thin teens by 10 ng, obese teens by 6 ng – Oct 2012
  3. 400 IU of Vitamin D is just diluted by weight, and not stored in fat – Jan 2012
  4. 4000 IU vitamin D was not enough to reduce obesity – PhD 2010
  5. 600 mg dairy resulted in 12 pound loss in 2 years – Nov 2010
  6. Adequate Vitamin D Levels May Aid Weight Loss in Obese Patients – Minn. 2009
  7. Adiponectin links vitamin D to obesity – Jan 2014
  8. Adding Calcium and Vitamin D does not consistently reduce obesity – May 2012
  9. Amylase increases with age, as does weight
  10. Bariatric Surgery problems associated with season, latitude (low Vitamin D) – Dec 2015
  11. Big Tobacco Hooked Children on Sugary Drinks using flavors, colors, and marketing
  12. Bigger waist associated with lower vitamin D – 2015
  13. Bone lost during postmenopausal dieting not all recovered with weight re-gain – Aug 2011
  14. Chinese men with high visceral fat were 4.9X more likely to have low vitamin D (under 30 ng) – Nov 2015
  15. During weight loss a 1 percent decrease in fat resulted in 1 percent increase in vitamin D levels - June 2015
  16. Girls who were low on vitamin D were 17 lbs heavier -2009
  17. Half of the women who are fat do not have a high BMI – March 2012
  18. Higher BMI associated with lower vitamin D – Sept 2012
  19. Hockey stick relationship between vitamin D and BMI April 2010
  20. Less weight gain by senior women if vitamin D levels over 30 ng – Kaiser Dec 2012
  21. Less weight gain if more vitamin D (in rats) – 2017
  22. Less overweight if good outdoor environment (more vitamin D from sunshine) – April 2012
  23. Ketogenic Diet – if lose 10 kg of weight, restore 4 ng of Vitamin D – June 2019
  24. Impulsive or binge eating may be associated with low vitamin D – Nov 2018
  25. If fat and low on Calcium then taking Calcium and vitamin D will shed body fat 2009
  26. Many obesity measures far worse for senior women with low vitamin D – July 2011
  27. Military stationed in US counties with more obesity were more likely to become obese – March 2018
  28. Map of BMI increase - Feb 2011
  29. Lose weight and increase vitamin D level in blood – April 2010
  30. Low Adioponectin and low vitamin D both associated with Obesity – July 2011
  31. Lost more weight on low calorie diet if add 600 mg Ca and just 150 IU vitamin D – RCT Jan 2013
  32. Low-calorie diets mimicked by Vitamin D – Dec 2016
  33. Low Vitamin D reduces Fetuin B protein from liver, which increases obesity (mice and children) – April 2018
  34. Now we know why vitamin D is not advertised for weight loss
  35. Older obese adults got one third the benefit from vitamin D – June 2011
  36. Obese children probably need more than 25,000 IU of vitamin D weekly – July 2014
  37. Obesity reduction with Calcium and vitamin D – controversy May 2012
  38. Obesity references from Vitamin D Council Selected 2007 - Aug 2010
  39. Obesity related to osteocalcin but not vitamin D – Feb 2012
  40. Obesity special issue in JAMA focuses on Bariatric Surgery (where the money is) – Jan 2018
  41. Obesity started in early 20th century
  42. Obesity is associated with vitamin D deficiency but deficiency does not lead to obesity – Aug 2016
  43. Obesity is increasing globally (many charts, note: vitamin D can help) – Oct 2017
  44. Obesity of girls in Emirates associated with low vitamin D – Oct 2012
  45. Obesity (BMI and waist circumference) associated with low vitamin D – Feb 2012
  46. Obesity analysis by McKinsey (Excellent - even though no vitamin D) - Nov 2014
  47. Obesity and vitamin D – May 2010
  48. Obese may need 40 percent more vitamin D - RCT Aug 2014
  49. Obese men were 40 percent more likely to be vitamin D deficient than women – July 2011
  50. Patients with larger waistlines 'should have vitamin D levels checked' - May 2018

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