Vitamin D dosing: why slow but steady is best

Leading endocrine physiologist explains how to maximise musculoskeletal health


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Daily or weekly dosing with vitamin D is more effective than giving large bolus doses, according to a leading endocrine physiology researcher and physician.1

In this video, Professor Rebecca Mason from the University of Sydney talks about the hallmarks of vitamin D deficiency and which patients to watch out for.

“Calcium and vitamin D go together when it comes to optimal bone and muscle function,” she says.