The forgotten nutrient for healthy bones

Fletcher, Anne M.
November 1994
Arthritis Today;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p54
Reports on vitamin D in human nutrition. Role of vitamin D in the human body; Effect of deficiency of vitamin D in the elderly; Getting the right amount; Sunlight as source. INSET: D-lightful dishes..


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