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The benefits of taking folic acid supplements before and during pregnancy may extend beyond birth defects and influence child language development, suggests a study of a Norwegian cohort, published by a team of European and North American researchers.
Sub-optimal vitamin D levels are highly prevalent among European adolescents, according to a recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition.
Plant-derived sterols, known as phytosterols, have been shown repeatedly to lower bad LDL cholesterol in the blood. A combined analysis of existing trials, published in the Journal of Nutrition, now shows the average size of the effect can be estimated from the dose given.
Brazil nuts may be as effective as selenium supplements in raising selenium levels, suggests a new study from New Zealand.
Daily intake of supplemental beta-carotene for a minimum of 10 weeks contributes to sunburn protection, finds a meta-analysis by German scientists.
Low levels of vitamin D circulating in the blood may be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, suggests a new study from Harvard School of Public Health.

Mothers with low blood levels of vitamin D may be at a higher risk of pre-eclampsia according to a new US study.

A meta-analysis of folic acid supplementation studies has found a positive impact on an important cardiovascular disease risk factor. This suggests that high doses of folic acid could be useful in cardiovascular disease prevention.

A new Australian study has found that people who consumed 1200 mg of calcium per day had a 20% reduced risk of bone fracture than people with low calcium intakes. Bone density was also higher in people with adequate calcium intakes. The addition of vitamin D influenced bone health only slightly.

Eating cocoa could help reduce LDL ‘bad’ cholesterol, according to a Japanese intervention study.
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