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Is good dietary counseling good enough for vitamin D?

Posted on: June 4, 2013   by  Brant Cebulla


If we needed a trial to show that relying on your diet is a poor strategy to try and fulfill the IOM’s vitamin D intake requirements, that trial just recently came out in the journal BMC Pediatrics. This new study, which took place in Italy, was in the form of a randomized controlled trial and sought to find out if good dietary counseling was good enough for vitamin D, or whether children needed to actually supplement.

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