Video: Michael Roizen, M.D. of the Cleveland Clinic Talks about the Sunshine Vitamin
Food manufacturers are now required to list vitamin D content on their labels. So now you can see how much you're getting from your food. And it probably isn't enough. Like most people, you may need a vitamin D plus calcium supplement. Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at the Cleveland Clinic shares more about the importance of vitamin D and calcium intake as well as four characteristics you should look for in your supplements.
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