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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 ...