Study Finds Vitamin D Does Not Protect the Heart After All

Taking supplements to raise vitamin D levels is unlikely to prevent a major cardiovascular event, even if your levels of the vitamin are low

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Many people rely on vitamin D supplements to ensure strong bones and prevent osteoporosis. Supplements also help prevent symptoms of vitamin D deficiency, typically fatigue, muscle weakness, pain and depression. But don’t count on taking vitamin D supplements to lower your risk of heart attack or stroke. “These supplements are no longer advocated for heart […]
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