Lynne Kiesling Courtesy of Glenn Reynolds, an article from Patrick Cox on the health benefits of Vitamin D, which complements my earlier post on the subject. He makes a point that I had not made explicit: in doing the relative risk assessment of sun exposure and wearing sunscreen, there is some evidence suggesting that higher … More More on Vitamin D’s health benefits
Lynne Kiesling Over the past year or so I’ve been following the debate and research on Vitamin D intake. Initially Vitamin D supplementation was recommended simply to reduce the incidence of rickets in children, but increasingly Vitamin D is associated with a wide range of health benefits, from reducing fatigue to improving metabolism to improving … More Research mounts showing Vitamin D’s health benefits
Michael Giberson Research studying competitive cyclists suggests that cycling can reduce bone density. … most recreational cyclists probably don’t need to worry too much about their bones. “The studies to date have looked primarily at racers,” [researcher Aaron] Smathers says. “That’s a very specialized demographic. These guys train for hours at a very high intensity. … More Is bicycling “bad to the bone”?