By Melinda Wenner Moyer
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If you are healthy, living at home, and take calcium and vitamin D supplements to pr...
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People can differ greatly in the amount of Vitamin D required. So the supplemented dose is best determined by blood test, not by a predetermined amount set by the IOM or anyone else.
When it comes to the latest controversy about the new Vitamin D report, the numbers just don't seem to add up. How else can you explain it when media outlets covering the same scientific report come up with opposing advice?
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