Vitamin D and Obesity
AbstractObesity is a significant health problem world-wide, particularly in developed nations. Vitamin D deficiency is pandemic, and has been implicated in a wide variety of disease states. This paper seeks to examine the consistently reported relationship between obesity and low vitamin D concentrations, with reference to the possible underlying mechanisms. The possibility that vitamin D may assist in preventing or treating obesity is also examined, and recommendations for future research are made. There is a clear need for adequately-powered, prospective interventions which include baseline measurement of 25D concentrations and involve adequate doses of supplemental vitamin D. Until such studies have been reported, the role of vitamin D supplementation in obesity prevention remains uncertain. View Full-Text
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Vanlint, S. Vitamin D and Obesity. Nutrients 2013, 5, 949-956.
Vanlint S. Vitamin D and Obesity. Nutrients. 2013; 5(3):949-956.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vanlint, Simon. 2013. "Vitamin D and Obesity." Nutrients 5, no. 3: 949-956.