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Vitamin D Supplements Won't Help Cholesterol Levels, Rockefeller University Study  
9/5/2012 7:19:08 AM

Boosting vitamin D with supplements may not improve blood cholesterol levels among people who have low vitamin D levels, a new study suggests. In the small new study of people who were deficient in vitamin D, those who received 50,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D3 for eight weeks did not show any improvements in their cholesterol profile when compared to their counterparts who received a placebo.
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