Vitamin D winter map  

Project Title: Food-based solutions for optimal vitamin D nutrition and health through the life cycle
Project No.: FP7-613977-ODIN 
Total budget: EURO 7.95 million 
EU Contribution: EURO 6 million

Coordinator: University College Cork, Ireland, Professor Kevin Cashman and Professor Mairead Kiely

Start: November 1, 2013 
Duration: 48 months

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News feed

ODIN reports that almost half of newborn babies have vitamin D deficiency

New research published by ODIN shows that 46% of newborn babies have vitamin D deficiency, and this figure is even higher at 62% in babies born in wintertime. Read more here.

Two of the Top Vitamin D papers published by ODIN

Two of the Top 18 Vitamin D papers in 2015 and 2016 were published by ODIN and the Cork Centre for Vitamin D and Nutrition Research. To read more, click here.

New research from ODIN on vitamin D status in young children

New research findings from ODIN highlight the importance of vitamin D food fortification in preventing vitamin D deficiency in young children. To access a pdf of the publication, click here.

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