Supplements warning: The popular vitamin that could cause kidney stones – expert


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But research published in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology journal in 2018 cast doubt over how effective supplements actually are.

A meta analysis of existing studies concluded that vitamin D supplementation does not “prevent fractures or falls, or have clinically meaningful effects on bone mineral density”.

The Fibro Guy adds: “Unfortunately, when it comes to vitamin D, the health claims and enthusiasm are quickly outmatched by the lack of evidence.

“What was long been thought to have an effect on bone mineral density, preventing features and breaks, has now been debunked.”


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