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These findings suggest that a higher BMI leads to a lower vitamin D status whereas any effects of low vitamin D status on BMI are likely to be small. That is, these findings provide evidence for obesity as a causal factor in the development of vitamin D deficiency but not for vitamin D deficiency as a causal factor in the development of obesity. These findings suggest that population-level interventions to reduce obesity should lead to a reduction in the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and highlight the importance of monitoring and treating vitamin D deficiency as a means of alleviating the adverse influences of obesity on health.
Well, isn't this just peachy...BLUFF: We don't know what strength if any Vit D hashttp://archinte.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=1570096
There is a major opportunity for an enterprising biochemist to come up with some simple testing protocols for vitamins and allergens. Think of an indicator for peanut oil or MSG, or a color-match indication for Vitamin D concentration. Dreamland stuff, really. If it was easy...well, you know.