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No noticeable decrease in Autism in child with high level of vitamin D – July 2012

Dr. Cannell highlights

  • 7,000 IU for about 3 months ==>100 nanogram/ml
  • Wonder if the child is taking too much Vitamin A (and thus blocking the use of the vitamin D)
  • Dr. Cannel anticipates less likely to sunburn with this high level of vitamin D
  • Some parents reports it take many months to see an improvement
  • ‘If he does not improve on vitamin D in six months, he will be the first autistic child I have tried to help who achieved 80 ng/ml for six months and did not improve.”

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Wonder if the child is low on the cofactors essential for use of vitamin D

such as Magnesium

See also VitaminDWiki

updated from http://autisminnb.blogspot.com/2011/01/autism-speaks-cdc-autism-prevalence.html

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