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Category: Research and Partnerships
Nutritional experts are advising caution when interpreting a new review investigating the relationship between vitamin D supplementation and bone health.
BetterYou has committed to being a Living Wage Employer, because a hard days work deserves a fair days pay.
Optimal levels of vitamin D are just a spray away, according to a study we recently carried out in conjunction with the NHS Vitamin D Testing service.
We’re delighted to announce a new research partnership with the University of Sheffield looking into how vitamin D supplementation can reduce IBS symptoms.
Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) advice supplementation for everyone following its review of the evidence on vitamin D and health.
A recent study published by the BMJ Open Gastroenterology discovered a significant association between a patient’s vitamin D levels and the severity of their IBS symptoms.
Less than one in fifty people are getting the amount of vitamin D their bodies’ need and the number of people showing signs of deficiency is growing.
Britain’s should boost their vitamin D intake with supplements because of a lack of sunshine to provide it naturally, gov’t health advisors have suggested.
This week an important message has been raised by the NHS advisory body, the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) about the impact low levels of vitamin D can have on our health.