Not all the details about the intervention projects involving doses of vitamin D have been elucidated, but the conclusion is already clear:
Increased intake of vitamin D through diet or supplements improves cognitive performance, significantly reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and potentially reduces cognitive decline in individuals who have already been diagnosed with dementia.
So reported Dr. med. Cédric Annweiler, from Angers University Hospital in Paris, at the conference “The role of nutrition in dementia – prevention and treatment”, at the New York Academy of Sciences as early as 2015, that an international panel of experts the following three questions:
answered unequivocally with “Yes”!
More information about vitamin D and Alzheimer’s also available at our partner project “Die SonnenAllianz”…
Unfortunately, these findings are also almost unknown in today’s retirement homes and nursing homes.
In older women, 800 I.E. vitamin D taken daily over long periods of time (in this case 7 years) can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by a factor of 5, as a non-placebo-controlled study shows.