Medically reviewed and edited by Tod Cooperman, M.D.
ConsumerLab reviews the evidence for OsteoMD by 1MD, a bone health supplement promoted to slow bone loss and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
Learn about the recommended daily intake of calcium from food & supplements and why taking too much can be harmful. Also, learn about the forms of calcium that are available and which are best.
Find out if taking vitamin D and fish oil is okay, how it effects absorption, and the best way to take vitamin D to improve absorption. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Learn about the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency, such as soft or weak bones, bone, joint and muscle pain, depression, insomnia, hair loss and others, and find out how much vitamin D you need. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Find out if you need to take vitamin K when taking vitamin D and how this effects coronary artery calcification. Also learn if vitamin K supplements can reduce other harmful effects of high-dose vitamin D.
Learn more about vitamin D3 sources, such as lanolin (from wool) and fish oil, as well as their prices and their effects.
Find out which supplements can help for constipation, including fiber, flaxseed, probiotics, and magnesium.
Find out which vitamins & supplements may improve your balance to help reduce the risk of falling, including vitamin D and protein.
Learn more about how to take vitamin D, the best form to take and the best time of time day to take vitamin D.
If you have osteoporosis, you may be interested in supplements for bone health. Find out which supplements can increase bone strength and density.
Find out if spending too much time outside, especially in the summer, can cause excess vitamin D levels in the body.
Can Vitamin D interfere with your body's melatonin production, and can taking vitamin D interfere with sleep?
Learn more about the effects of aging on the body's ability to produce vitamin D.
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