Vitamin D supplements aren’t living up to their hype

Recent studies say taking extra amounts of the nutrient may not be a boon for every body

illustration of Vitamin D with list of benefits

DISCOURAGING  Testing for vitamin D deficiency is way up in the United States, but recent studies find that supplements of the nutrient may do less than expected. 

Jeff Rogers

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