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Severe deficiency of Vitamin D has no negative effect on physical performance during military training
(University of Tartu, 2022)
Introduction Decreased physical fitness and inferior physical performance are risk factors and potentially life threatening in the combat situation. To examine the effect of Vitamin D on physical performance a prospective ...
Seven-month wintertime supplementation of 1200 IU vitamin D has no effect on hand grip strength in young, physically active males: a randomized, controlled study.
(University of Tartu, 2021)
Background: There has been a growing interest in the role of vitamin D for the well-being and physical performance of humans; however, there is a lack of long-term supplementation studies performed on members of the young, ...
10 months 4000IU vitamin D supplementation decreases the risk of vitamin D deficiency but has no effect to physical performance during active military training in high-latitudes – a randomized controlled trial
(University of Tartu, 2022-12)
Background: Vitamin D deficiency with related consequences to human health has growing interest to military specific researchers worldwide. Many specific conditions could put soldiers in to the higher risk of vitamin D ...