The chorus of voices calling for a fresh look at vitamin D is likely to reach a crescendo this spring, when a committee appointed by federal regulators is expected to issue an opinion on whether daily allowances should be increased. If the current body of evidence is to be believed, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” “Vitamin D deficiency has been implicated in conditions including cancer, coronary artery disease and even chronic pain,” said Dr. Soram Khalsa, an integrative medicine ...
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