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Diane's Handouts
Experts Say Recommended Daily Dosage for Vitamin D is ‘Grossly Inadequate’ American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists

Vitamin D:

Vitamin D Drug Interactions - gathered
from hundreds of sources
.

Addresing the Vitamin D Debate
Vitamin D & swine flu
List of Recent Vitamin-D Videos

Osteo:

List of Exercises (goes with March 2009 CD/tape)
Food Pyramids-HSPH2008* Heart Healthy Pesto recipes
Is it Possible to be Healthy and Physically Fit at 100?
10 REASONS YOGURT IS A TOP HEALTH FOOD
75 Ways to Think Your Way into Good Health
Bone Healthy Tropical Fruit and Prune Smoothie
Proposed New MA-COA Summer 09 Courses

 


Arthritis

* Night leg cramps link (April 17, 2009): www.mayoclinic.com/health/night-leg-cramps/MY00410

 

Articles about Vitamin D in the July 2009 issue Annals of Epidemiology

Do you really need a drug for your bones? - the latest findings on bisphosphonates.
20 key bone-building nutrientsa 28 page document well worth your time!
Good health rests on your bones

Articles by Dr. Susan E. Brown
BetterBones

Women To Women

Elderly need more 'sun vitamin'

BBC Health

Vitamin D seen as aid to mental agility

Boston.com

H1N1 flu info - ongoing updates

CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

* Getting your vitamins and minerals through diet
* Special Health Reports including excerpts on Nutrition and Vitamins and Minerals.
For some articles, one has to subscribe to see the full article.

Harvard Health @ Harvard Medical School
- a reliable source on new nutrition research
Food Pyramids: What Should You Really Eat? Harvard School of Public Health - Nutrition Source
Addresing the Vitamin D Debate Healthy-aging.advanceweb
Self-Monitoring for Better Health K-State Nutrition News
Good Things Come in Omega Threes
7 Best Bone-Building Foods
Lifescript

Enter a topic in the search box,
on the left side (4-2009)

Linus Pauling Institutute
Swine Flu Massachusetts Dept of Public Health
Food Diary Meals Matter

Test Values and Treatment for Vitamin D Deficiency

Mercola

Diet and Strong Bones (A. Colbin interview)

* Vitamin D & Omega 3 Study & Vital Study Worth knowing about, but note that cutting back on D in January is "a very bad idea."

Miscellaneous

Calcium and Cancer Prevention: Strengths and Limits of the Evidence, Fact Sheet
(article is first 7 pages out of 13)

National Cancer Institute
Online Support Community Connect. Share. Inspire.
National Osteoporosis Foundation
* Talking with Your Doctor - 44 pages National Institute on Aging
LEADING THE FEDERAL EFFORT ON AGING RESEARCH

* History of swine flu epidemics in the USA.
H1N1 Influenza, Public Health Preparedness, and Health Care Reform

New England Journal of Medicine (Note that some articles are available to all and some require a subscription. Libraries tend to subscribe so one can often access all articles via a library.)
* Yogurt substitution chart Stonyfield Yogurt (profound online improvements recently)

Chicken recipe, Turkey Pitas

Sunsweet
Vitamin D Newsletter - May 2009
(one can subscribe to the newsletters)
vitamindcouncil.org (Note that the site promotes some products ...)

Boning Up on Calcium: Supplements for Bone Health

WebMD

Power of Berries

Well - NY Times
Food Advisor questionnaire
Why Yogurt is Good for You
World's Healthiest Foods    


     

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