Australian researchers studied over 400 older adults who were deficient in vitamin D but otherwise healthy. All had symptomatic knee osteoarthritis. They were randomized into two groups: one received oral Vitamin D3 supplements, the other a placebo. While vitamin D levels increased over the 24 month study period, pain score and knee architecture did not differ between groups.

LifeTip: Adequate vitamin D is essential, but supplements are not all always effective. Watch “Relieve Arthritis Naturally” by Dr. David DeRose to learn what works.

Adapted from PositiveChoices.com

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