UK Needs Higher Daily Vitamin D Supplement Doses To Achieve Immunity Effects
Current UK government guidelines on vitamin D supplementation (400IU or 10mcg vitamin D a day) are too low to achieve immunity boosting effects, says UK expert and University of Birmingham scientist Martin Hewison.
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