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by Regina Fancy (2019-12-24)

Recent research shows higher intake of Vitamin D Blood Sugar Premier Review is effective It would appear from recent research, including that of the University of Copenhagen that there are several reasons pointing to a need to raise the daily vitamin D requirement substantially from the current daily Adequate Intake amount of 200 International Units (IU) for everyone aged from newborn to 50 years of age, 400 IU for those 50 years old up to 70, and 600 IU for those of 70 years and older. In the March 2010 issue of Endocrine News, a professional publication for practicing clinicians, researchers, and scientists in the field, a featured article on vitamin D expressed some frustration with government authorities who stick to the current Adequate Intake amounts. According to professor Bruce W. Hollis of the Medical University of South Carolina, "The lack of vitamin D is responsible for an incredible array of diseases." He further states that insufficient levels of the vitamin are linked to several types of cancers, cardiovascular disorders, multiple sclerosis, autoimmunity and other chronic diseases including diabetes. Dr. Hollis takes 4000 IU daily.Other scientists have suggested that 5000 IU is an appropriate daily intake for those at high risk of vitamin D deficiency to prevent bone diseases in all ages.