Large-scale study concludes Vitamin D supplements don”t help bone health


Many people take vitamin supplements every day, but there is a supplement that your body may not need: Vitamin D. According to the journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, the intake of vitamin D supplements may not improve bone mineral density in the adults. The large meta-analysis, which compiled 81 studies and more than 53,000 subjects, even suggests that medical authorities stop recommending people to take vitamin D supplements to maintain bone health. But local medical experts have pointed out that people with special cases, such as a light body weight or low bone density, should still take vitamin D supplements.

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    Large-scale study concludes Vitamin D supplements don”t help bone health

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