Study: Vitamin D plus calcium prevents fractures

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According to a recent study published in the British Medical Journal the combination of vitamin D and calcium may reduce the risk of fractures for everyone regardless of age or gender.

This combination significantly reduced fractures by 8 percent and hip fractures by 16 percent.

Vitamin D on its own had no effects on fracture prevention, reports DairyReporter.com.

Read more on this study here.

Source: DairyReporter.com

 



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