LOS ANGELES, CA. ( NOV. 30, 2010)–Vitamin D it isn’t the wonder cure-all vitamin experts thought it was. We answer questions after the less than exciting conclusion of the Institute of Medicine that most Americans are getting all the vitamin D they need and too much may be not good.. Vitamin D and calcium are crucial for strong bones, but thereƕs long been confusion about how much is the right daily amount for optimal health. Get too little from your diet or through a supplement and you risk fractures and osteoporosis. Consume too much and you may develop painful kidney stones and potential kidney damage.Please shoot a dynamic Health cover shot of a Vitamin D pill being punctured by a nail or pin. ie; bursting the bubble on Vitamin D. (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)

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