It was just yesterday that North American media outlets across the continent reported a recent study from Canadian researchers at McGill University that appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The study apparently found that 400 I.U. of vitamin D supplementation was just as effective as 800 I.U., 1,200 I.U. or 1,600 I.U. in the bone health of babies.
What’s wrong with that you may ask? Plenty and it’s a re-occurring theme that has to be shown for what it is – misleading.