Although Vitamin D intake is important for fending off cancer, doctors are now making the call to halve the recommended daily daily allowance (RDA) from 800 too 400 IU. Why the change? Advances in liquid chromatography allowed for the reanalysis of the data from earlier studies for more precise measurement, and scientists found that half of the previously-recommended amount would suffice for the vast majority of people. Nonetheless, many people are still deficient in their vitamin D intake.
- We need more vitamin D than previously recommended for bone health.
- People that have vitamin D deficiencies tend to be low income minorities and are in poor health and don’t drink milk.
- Vitamin D is essential to bone health and is gained by sun exposure.
“These new recommendations come as a surprise to the health community, considering the mounting evidence which suggests that almost half of the American population are deficient in vitamin D.”
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