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Effectiveness and safety of vitamin D in relation to bone health. Finally, also outdoor physical exercise was related to vitamin D status. Associations of dietary calcium, vitamin D, milk intakes, and hydroxyvitamin D with bone mass in Spanish adolescents: Vitamin D in the healthy European paediatric population.
Vitamin D is an essential prohormone in calcium and phosphorus homeostasis.
Pedro Enrique Garcia Madrid Cards —. Participating children underwent a physical examination with anthropometric measurements at age 4 years. A comparable result was obtained by other Authors [ 2440 ] and reflects the seasonal variation of OH-D levels. Establishing a standard definition for child overweight and obesity worldwide: SNIP measures contextual citation impact by wighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject hipofitaminosis.
Moreover, adolescents with low summer sun exposure were at a higher risk of vitamin D deficiency and hypovitaminosis D OR 4.
There is no universal consensus on the optimal 25 OH D3 serum levels needed to achieve an adequate bone mineralisation, and there is even less agreement on the levels required for the other functions of this prohormone.
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Prep for a quiz or learn for fun! The place of residence was categorized as urban or rural. Regarding our results on the relationship between OH-D and PTH, we found a remarkably high prevalence of hyperparathyroidism in our series of otherwise healthy adolescents. Month vitamin D psdiatria, age 4 years. PE carried out the biochemical assays.
We also analysed partial correlations controlling for serum levels of cholesterol. Whole milk alone, with powdered cocoa, or added to cereal.
Vasculite, Arterite hipovitaminoosis Takayasu, Poliarterite Nodosa. Maternal vitamin D status in pregnancy and risk of lower respiratory tract infections, wheezing, and asthma in offspring.
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Alan Ocampo 1, Hipovjtaminosis —. However, the high prevalence of hypovitaminosis D we found during winter and spring suggests that the amount of vitamin D produced and stored from May to September is probably not sufficient to guarantee an optimal vitamin D status in unsupplemented healthy adolescents during the remaining months of the year, particularly in presence of factors limiting summer sun exposure.
Bone health in children and adolescents: Obesity-associated hypovitaminosis D is likely due to the decreased bioavailability of vitamin D because of its deposition in body fat compartments [ 30 ].
Hafid Segovia 1, Cards —. Association between maternal serum hydroxyvitamin D level and pregnancy and neonatal outcomes: A multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to study the association between each presumed risk factor and vitamin D status. The main strength of this study is that it was hipovitaninosis out in a cohort of healthy children that have been followed up from the prenatal period. The details of the overall INMA project can be found in a previous publication.
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Of all participants, 8. GS revised the manuscript. Impact of seasonal flux on hydroxyvitamin D and bone turnover in pre- and early pubertal youth. Peak bone mass; PTH: Browse over 1 million classes created by top students, professors, publishers, and experts, spanning the world’s body of “learnable” knowledge.
Vitamin D in the healthy European hpiovitaminosis population. Deficiency of sunlight and vitamin D. Serum 25 OH -vitamin D level in children: The mean 25 OH D3 was Month of sample collection.
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. Vitamin D deficiency and calcium intake in reference to increased body mass index in children and adolescents. We used the following cut-off of OH-D to define vitamin D status: Dedicated personnel carried out a detailed interview on background information about lifestyle, particularly on sun exposure, place of residence and outdoor physical exercise and general information about dietary habits.
Vitamin D deficiency in children and adolescents. The main limitation of our study was the lacking of longitudinal evaluation of vitamin D status that could clarify the role of the proposed hipovitamionsis factors of hypovitaminosis D in relation to seasonality.
Weight was measured on a scale accurate to 10 g with the children barefoot and in their underwear. Nutr J, 12pp.