Researchers Discover New Vitamin D Benefits for Older Adults

Vitamin D is famous for helping immunity and bone health. New research reveals vitamin D supplements may reduce heart attack and cardiovascular event risk.  

Look for a third-party-tested vitamin D supplement with purity, potency, and safety, and talk to your doctor about the correct dose.  

The British Medical Journal released a big study of older persons 60–84. One group received a placebo, while the other received 60,000 IU of vitamin D every month (2,000 IU per day)   

Over 16,800 tablets-taking subjects were evaluated at the end of the study. The experiment saw 1,336 significant cardiovascular events, including heart attacks  

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strokes, and coronary artery operations. The vitamin D group had a slightly reduced  

rate of serious heart issues than the placebo group, especially for individuals taking statins at the start of the research.  

Although intriguing, the results were not statistically significant and past study has found no link between vitamin D intake and serious heart problems  

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