Diet is just 1 factor in calcium, vitamin D issue

01/26/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Recent recommendations that said most people do not need to go beyond diet to get enough calcium and vitamin D left unanswered questions regarding supplements, according to this article. Decisions about taking calcium and vitamin D supplements should be made based on diet, personal and family history of broken bones, and habits that play a role in bone health, experts say.

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