In my practice I often see people with low vitamin D levels. Despite daily supplementation, sometimes levels remain lower than optimal.
Vitamin D is a fat soluble nutrient that does not absorb well on an empty stomach or with a small meal. In a recent study from the Cleveland Clinic,
people taking their vitamin D supplement with their largest meal of the day had a remarkable 56.7 % increase in their serum D levels as compared
to people who took it with a light meal or on a empty stomach. If low vitamin D levels persists it is important to rule out gluten sensitivity or other causes of