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  1. "Free range" lard has 500 IU vitamin D per teaspoon
  2. 2 Australian eggs might provide all of your daily Vitamin D needs – May 2019
  3. A fish a day keeps the doctor away – Japan 2002
  4. Alkaline diet is synergistic with vitamin D – Oct 2011
  5. Apparently cods have too much variation in their liver oil nowdays
  6. Bio-engineered Salmon raised in tanks can be sold in US restaurants – July 2019
  7. Breakfast cereals have a small amount of vitamin D
  8. Diets lack micronutrients such as vitamin D - June 2010
  9. Eat eggs to get of good level of vitamin D (need to eat 35 daily) – Jan 2019
  10. Egg vitamin D levels are not permitted to be restored to levels before chickens were raised indoors – Feb 2017
  11. Even more growth predicted for vitamin D market - March 2010
  12. Expect some food to have more vitamin D in 2012
  13. Farmed fish not have enough vitamin D to increase levels – RCT Feb 2014
  14. Farmed salmon is the most toxic food known
  15. Fish in school lunches added 36 IU of vitamin D and raised blood level in winter by 2 ng – Oct 2015
  16. Full-fat milk for children associated with higher Vitamin D and lower BMI – Dec 2016
  17. Free range eggs have 4X as much vitamin D
  18. Greenlanders – higher vitamin D if eat more Inuit foods (fatty fish, etc) – Aug 2013
  19. Little vitamin D in various types of milk – Oct 2012
  20. Increased vitamin D in food without fortification – March 2011
  21. Hypothesis - Reduced food nutrition has reduced our health
  22. Lower Vitamin D if less food from the sea (Greenland in this case) – Oct 2019
  23. Not much change in vitamin D levels with vegetarian diet – May 2009
  24. Salmon and IU of Vitamin D per 100 g – Baltic 760, North Sea 360, Farmed 200 – April 2019
  25. Photobiology of vitamin D in mushrooms and its bioavailability in humans – Jan 2013
  26. Soup with UVB irradiated mushrooms added 8 ng to vitamin D blood levels – May 2011
  27. Spike mushrooms with vitamin D
  28. Spinach adds Vitamins C D E and K in a few days under supermarket light - Mar 2010
  29. Vegan vitamin D levels are only 22 ng – Feb 2011
  30. Vegans get very little vitamin D- only 17 percent get at least 400 IU - Sept 2015
  31. Various plants have vitamin D3 and D2 – review May 2013
  32. "Free Range Lard" has lots of vitamin D and is good for you
  33. 11,000 IU vitamin D daily from traditional Norwegian diet of cod, cod liver, cod-liver oil, and roe – 2004
  34. 200000 IU vitamin D daily can result in Hypervitaminosis in weeks – 1992
  35. 6 days of 7,000,000 IU of vitamin D improved the resulting beef – June 2011
  36. 80 percent of vitamin D from sun rather than from food – Nov 2010
  37. Actual vitamin D intake just 200 IU daily - 2010
  38. Can triple the vitamin D in carrots - Jan 2011
  39. Cod liver oil rarely has vitamin D from the liver or even from the cod
  40. Cooked mushrooms (Vitamin D2) did not increase vitamin D serum levels – Aug 2014
  41. Cooking reduces vitamin D content by about 30 percent – Oct 2013
  42. Elderly 3X more likely to have 30 ng of vitamin D if frequently eat fatty fish, eggs – Aug 2013
  43. Farmed fish have 2X less Omega-3, 4X less Vitamin D – May 2017
  44. Fatty Fish in diet increases vitamin D level a few nanograms – meta-analysis Sept 2015
  45. Free-range bacon has 2800 IU of vitamin D per 100 grams
  46. Free-range chicken eggs have at least 3X more vitamin D – Oct 2013
  47. Food Sources and Vitamin D
  48. Food sources for Vitamin D
  49. Health benefits of seafood: Vitamin D, Omega-3, and Selenium – Jan 2013
  50. Hens with Vitamin D were better in at least 5 ways – RCT Aug 2018

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