In a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition this month, scientists found that 1000iu vitamin D daily produced significant drops in body fat mass.
This result was remarkable because 1000iu was not even enough to raise participants’ blood level of vitamin D into a normal, healthy range. The researchers suggested a higher dose or a longer period of Vitamin D supplementation to perhaps improve on the results they observed with the lower dose.
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