Study finds varying vitamin D levels in supplements

02/13/2013 | USA Today

The content of vitamin D supplements varies widely across samples, with some offering too little to address vitamin D deficiency, a study in JAMA Internal Medicine says. Researchers said vitamin D content ranged from as low as 9% to as high as 140% of the doses described on the label.

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