Scientists of Auckland and Aberdeen universities conducted massshtabno study, the results of which showed that taking vitamin D does not affect the bone health of a person, writes The Guargian.
The observation was carried out over 53 thousand members, most of them elderly women. For some time the test participants for the prevention of disorders of musculoskeletal system took Supplements containing vitamin D. the Group of scientists came to the conclusion that taking vitamin D as part of the Bada does not affect the strength of bones.
Experts say that though the experiment was attended by mostly women, pensioners, new knowledge can be applied to people of any other age. Scientists are asking doctors not to prescribe patients vitamin D supplementation as a means of increasing bone mineral density because this Supplement is useless.