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Vitamin D improves strength in healthy people
Researchers at the Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary University in London performed a systematic review of existing research and selected six randomized plsacebo controlled clinical trials for their analysis of vitamin D and it’s effects or lack of in body strength.
Data covering 310 adults, including both sexes in ages ranging from 21 to 32 with doses of 4,000 IU per day to 60,000 IU per week over a 4 week to 6 month time period shows Vitamin D really does benefit strength. The study appears online before print, August 2014 issue of the journal Science and Medicine in Sport.