Supplementation with higher doses of vitamin D did not result in improved bone health

Denis, are you against taking Vit D in general? Or are there cases where it’s needed for those with deficiencies…

Despite the inverse association between serum 25(OH)D3 concentrations and age-adjusted all-cause mortality rates [1, 2], the benefits of increasing vitamin D levels above 20–30 ng/ml in blood tests are disputed; additional vitamin supplementation reduces all-cause mortality by just 6% [3], which is an equivalent of less than 7 additional months of life and not associated with lower rates of invasive cancer or cardiovascular events [4]. Moreover, there is a notion that the serum 25(OH)D3 in is actually a surrogate marker of the level of insolation, which is accountable for the benefits commonly associated with the vitamin D. Indeed, sunlight protects against high blood pressure and cardiovascular [5–7] and other diseases [8–10], probably via elevation of nitric oxide stimulated glucose transport and other nitric oxide-dependent mechanisms [10–12].

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