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  1. 2,000 IU vitamin D is the smallest dose in Saudi Arabia (GCC statement) – March 2020
  2. 23 ng of vitamin D in sunny Israel – Dec 2010
  3. 70 pcnt of Saudi women were extremely vitamin D deficient, but only 40 pcnt of men – March 2012
  4. 80 percent of young adults had low vitamin D tests in Mumbai India - 2011
  5. Doctors not consistent on prescribing Vitamin D (Pakistan in this case) July 2018
  6. Hypothesis: Why so many females in the Middle East are now Vitamin D Deficient
  7. Middle East women have low vitamin D levels, almost independent of dress style – Dec 2012
  8. Low vitamin D in 92 percent in Bahrain hospital - March 2018
  9. Painful to be a female Saudi teacher (very low vitamin D) – Nov 2014
  10. Osteopenia in 25 % of 40 year olds in UAE (low vitamin D) – Jan 2014
  11. Only takes 10 minutes of sun to make a month’s worth of vitamin D while wearing the Hijab (NOT) Oct 2014
  12. Saudi females twice as likely to be vitamin D deficient as Saudi males – July 2015
  13. Summer SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) – Middle East June 2019
  14. 1 in 4 Iranian patients did not achieve 20 ng with 3700 IU vitamin D daily for a year after fracture – Nov 2013
  15. 33 percent of pregnant women in Turkey had undetectable vitamin D levels – May 2011
  16. 400 IU vitamin D appeared to prevent infant rickets in Turkey – June 2011
  17. 76 percent of young adults in western India had less than 20 ng of vitamin D – Aug 2011
  18. 84 percent had less than 30 ng of vitamin D (10,000 patients in Saudi Arabia) Sept 2014
  19. 85 ng of vitamin D in soldiers deployed to sunny Afghanistan – Jan 2019
  20. Abu Dhabi 2012 - Haq
  21. ADHD in Arab countries – vitamin D is the only changeable risk factor – review April 2015
  22. Adding 4,000 IU of vitamin D daily at 20 weeks pregnancy not help much – RCT March 2014
  23. Arabs have even lower levels of vitamin D than Jews in sunny Israel – Feb 2012
  24. Asthma strongly related to vitamin D deficiency in Turkey – Dec 2013
  25. Avoid the hot sun and thus vitamin D in the Middle East – Oct 2011
  26. Backache strongly associated with low vitamin D – July 2014
  27. Concealing Clothing in Canada: half the level of vitamin D in blood – May 2012
  28. Death rate 2X higher at age 60 if low vitamin D - 180,000 in Israel May 2012
  29. Extreme Vitamin D deficiency in most low middle income countries which had studies – Jan 2018
  30. Fetal femur bone length associated with maternal vitamin D – March 2018
  31. Is the Iranian Revolution to Blame for the Increasing Incidence of Multiple Sclerosis in Iran
  32. Iran giving seniors 5,000 IU of vitamin D - monthly unfortunately - March 2015
  33. Iran Multiple Sclerosis review finds huge increase in women (no mention of clothing) – Nov 2013
  34. Iranian low vitamin D levels have been increasing – April 2019
  35. Iranian vitamin D levels 13 ng summer, 12 ng winter – June 2011
  36. International Symposium on Vitamin D Deficiency - Abu Dhabi March 2012
  37. International Conference on Vitamin D Deficiency – 4th Abu Dhabi – March 2015
  38. International Conference on Vitamin D Deficiency – 8th Abu Dhabi – April 2019
  39. Hypovitaminosis D in the Middle East and North Africa - May 2013
  40. If heavily clothed, very little vitamin D – Dec 2012
  41. MS new cases increased 2.5X in 2 years in Isfahan Iran – Aug 2011
  42. More hajab may have resulted in 6X increase in Multiple Sclerosis in Tehran – May 2013
  43. Miraculous Physiological Activities of Vitamin D (30 to 100 ng) – Dec 2019
  44. Middle East and Vitamin D
  45. Lower Magnesium associated with lower Vitamin D in Iranian teens – Jan 2014
  46. Nutritional rickets. In Turkey – 2010
  47. Parkinson disease increased in Israel by 50 percent in 7 years – June 2011
  48. Osteoporosis increasing and vitamin D decreasing in Middle East - Oct 2011
  49. Overview Middle East and vitamin D
  50. Only 19 percent of Turkish mothers had normal levels of vitamin D – 2009

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