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In my view, there are better books about using D
on February 2, 2017
While the author has not given incorrect info, he has not given all the info one needs to safely take this vitamin. There was no mention of vitamin K at all and not mentioning it when instructing people to take calcium with D is just incomplete info. Most people get enough calcium in their food, few folks really need to supplement it and excess calcium is downright dangerous. He also mentioned Vitamin D toxicity and that is almost impossible to cause and I really think he is being an alarmist there, but I guess he was trying to keep readers safe, but for God's sake, research and use K and read about calcium and its dangers, especially if you are taking D.The one positive that was great info was telling readers which test to request for Vitamin D levels. Most doctors have no idea what they are doing in advising or not advising patients regarding nutrients and they also confuse the best tests to check levels. So, do pay attention to that information, definitely. Otherwise, I would find other sources to consult and learn about Vitamin D.