how much vitamin D is needed to reduce fracture risk in adults

New research will shed light on how much vitamin D is needed to reduce fracture risk in adults.

The old RDA of 400 IU/day isn't enough to prevent fractures.

New evidence suggests a benefit with 800 to 2000 IU/day of vit D.

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