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Vitamin D and blood pressure connection: update on epidemiologic, clinical, and mechanistic evidence

Hypertension is an important risk factor for cardiovascular and kidney disease. High blood pressure is a growing public health problem that is expected to affect 1.6 billion people worldwide by the year 2025. In light of emerging evidence of a widespread global problem of vitamin D deficiency, there... Full description

Journal Title: Nutrition Reviews May 2008, Vol.66(5), pp.291-297
Main Author: Martini, Ligia A
Other Authors: Wood, Richard J
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title: Vitamin D and blood pressure connection: update on epidemiologic, clinical, and mechanistic evidence
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  • Martini, Ligia A
  • Wood, Richard J
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  • Angiotensin
  • Blood Pressure
  • Cholecalciferol
  • Hypertension
  • Renin
ispartof: Nutrition Reviews, May 2008, Vol.66(5), pp.291-297
description: Hypertension is an important risk factor for cardiovascular and kidney disease. High blood pressure is a growing public health problem that is expected to affect 1.6 billion people worldwide by the year 2025. In light of emerging evidence of a widespread global problem of vitamin D deficiency, there has been increasing interest concerning the role of vitamin D in chronic disease. The recent publication of several studies, highlighted in this brief review, supports an association between vitamin D status and blood pressure. It remains to be determined what level of vitamin D status needs to be achieved in different subpopulations to assure the maximum benefit of vitamin D status on blood pressure.
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