Harvard Heart Letter

Vitamin D: Cardiac benefits uncertain

Low vitamin D levels have been linked to increased risk of cardiovascular events or death, but there's no evidence that taking vitamin D supplements offers protection. Vitamin D consumption should be limited to 600-800 international units a day.

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