Dear Dr. Rhonda, have you seen a recent New York Times article stating that vitamin D supplementation is unnecessary, and that the studies that supported this were paid by the vitamin supplementation industry. I would really like to hear your take on this, please! Here is the link to the article, in case you haven’t seen it: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/10/health/vitamin-d-deficiency-supplements.html
The full transcript of this article is available online. The research was paid for by an internal University seed grant. Seed funding is made available to new researchers to help them get their career started and comes without bias or strings attached. The article can be read here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/313358592_Does_high_dose_vitamin_D_supplementation_enhance_cognition_A_randomized_trial_in_healthy_adults
The NYTimes article that you refer to does not appear to address this research specifically.
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