What do you think? With so many studies touting and/or doubting the benefits of D the general public may get confused and not follow recommended guidelines to hopefully prevent fractures.
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Are the Benefits of Vitamin D Overhyped?Recent research reviews looked at hundreds previous studies and find that there is little evidence that D protects against cancer or heart disease.<br /><br />Something we also understand, vitamin D doesn't prevent fracture when taken alone. When taken with extra calcium it does appear to help prevent broken bones.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20111219/are-benefits-vitamin-d-overhyped">Are the Benefits of Vitamin D Overhyped?</a> <br /><br /><b>What do you think?</b> With so many studies touting and/or doubting the benefits of D the general public may get confused and not follow recommended guidelines to hopefully prevent fractures.<br /><br />Elizabeth
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