Aug 30, 2018
By Jane Brown
Do you take vitamin D and calcium with your morning orange juice with a goal to keep your bones strong?
New research indicates that supplementation with vitamin D and calcium may not do much to prevent fractures.
Researchers reviewed skeletal fractures in adults aged 18 and older with vitamin D deficiency.
They found low vitamin D and low calcium did not place people at increased risk of fracture.
You can read about the study in the British Medical Journal.
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