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If researchers were able to determine that cortisol decreases vitamin d receptors, is there an assay for the general public?

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Dr. David Sneid
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
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In brief: Not scientific fact

What you're referring to is a blog post without any scientific documentation or substantiation.
Doctors and scientists use facts and data, not blogs and pseudoscience. Don't waste your money. There is no assay available because none is needed.

In brief: Not scientific fact

What you're referring to is a blog post without any scientific documentation or substantiation.
Doctors and scientists use facts and data, not blogs and pseudoscience. Don't waste your money. There is no assay available because none is needed.
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