Taking high-dose vitamin D for 3 years was linked to greater bone mineral density loss for women than for men, when compared with low-dose vitamin D, according to a study presented at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Annual Meeting. "Over 3 years, high-dose vitamin D supplementation did not improve volumetric bone density or bone strength in healthy community-dwelling adults with normal bone density and adequate levels of vitamin D at study initiation," said researcher Lauren Burt.
Higher vitamin D dose may lead to BMD loss, study says
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