While this study points out much more research needs to be obtained, it gives a glance of how large doses of vitamin D can boost the number and activity of protective immune cells and dampened some abnormal immune cells.
3 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:What Do You Think About This? Large Does of Vitamin D Appears to Boost Protective Immune CellsWhile this study points out much more research needs to be obtained, it gives a glance of how large doses of vitamin D can boost the number and activity of protective immune cells and dampened some abnormal immune cells.<br /><br /><b><a href="http://lupus.webmd.com/news/20111107/vitamin-d-shows-early-promise-against-lupus">Vitamin D Shows Early Promise Against Lupus</a> </b><br /><br /><b>Are you taking a vitamin D supplement? What dosage?<br />Have you had your vitamin D blood level checked?</b><br /><br />Also of interest - <b><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20110606/new-guidelines-suggest-higher-doses-of-vitamin-d">New Guidelines Suggest Higher Doses of Vitamin D</a> <br /><br /></b>Elizabeth
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