Vitamin D For the Long-Term

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One of the reasons we and others recommend vitamin D are because of the long-term studies.  A new study looked at women aged 35 to 49 for three years for incidence of uterine fibroids and vitamin D status.

They had their vitamin D levels measured and ultrasounds performed to check for uterine fibroids.  Those who had sufficient vitamin D levels had a 32% lower risk.

Studies like this one are being published more and more showing the long-term benefits of vitamin D.

J Epidemiology

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