Too many bones. Too Many Bones: Splice & Dice + Series Reprint by Josh & Adam Carlson — Kickstarter

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Longer-term follow-up of VITAL and results from other ongoing trials may provide additional information about any links between vitamin D and disease prevention.

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"It's reasonable to take a small or moderate amount of vitamin D, such as 1,000 IU a day, if you're concerned about whether you're getting enough," says Dr.

"People often assume that if some is good, more is better," says Dr.

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She says while there is strong support for vitamin D's role in bone health and growing evidence that it may reduce cancer-related deaths, the evidence that it prevents conditions unrelated to bone health is not yet conclusive.

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"In terms of bone health, once you get to a certain level of intake, increasing that amount isn't going to be beneficial.

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