Adding Calcium & Vitamin D Helps Attain Weight Goals

Numerous previous studies have suggested that higher calcium and/or vitamin D intake may be connected to lower body weight and better metabolic health. Looks like we can add another study that shows a direct association of body fat loss to the addition of calcium (600 mg per day) and vitamin D (125 IU per day). The results of this study were recently released from the Shanghai Institute of Health Sciences (China). The researchers observed a significantly greater decrease in fat mass loss in the calcium + D group, as compared to the placebo control group. Further, the calcium + D group exhibited greater decrease in visceral fat mass and visceral fat area.



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