Vitamin D Supplements May Not Be As Advertised


By Molly Clifton

Vitamin D supplements may be a lot more, or a lot less potent than the label says.

That's according to researchers in Oregon who tested 55 bottles of dietary supplements.

They found the amount of Vitamin D in the tested pills ranged from 9 percent to 146 percent of the amount on the label.

The supplement industry is not strictly regulated, and the FDA is considering new safety guidelines.


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