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Low-dose vitamin D does not help cardiovascular (many were 100-1,000 IU) – meta-analysis June 2019

Vitamin D Supplementation and Cardiovascular Disease Risks in More Than 83 000 Individuals in 21 Randomized Clinical Trials -A Meta-analysis

JAMA Cardiol. Published online June 19, 2019. doi:10.1001/jamacardio.2019.1870

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Yup, <2,000 IU has virtually no detectable CV benefit, need 4,000+ IU

Other Cardiovascular Meta-analyses as of june 2019

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Titles of articles reporting on this poor study
    JAMA has a great press release system
The Demise of Vitamin D for Cardiovascular Prevention = JAMA editorial
Vitamin D may not help your heart - Medical Xpress
No cardiovascular benefit from vitamin D supplementation
Vitamin D Use Does Not Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
New study suggests Vitamin D has no impact on heart health
Vitamin D Supplements Not Associated with Lower CVD Risks
Vitamin D supplementation fails to reduce major adverse CV events
Vitamin D for CV Risk? Think Twice, Meta-analysis Confirms
Vitamin D supplements may not reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease
Forget Vitamin D Supplements for Heart Disease
Meta-Analysis Does Not Link Vitamin D Supplements, Drop in MACE
Forget the vitamin D when it comes to CVD
Vitamin D does NOT prevent heart disease, study finds
Study: Vitamin D Supplements Don’t Lower Risk For Heart Disease
Popping a vitamin D supplement for heart benefits? It might not help at all
Study Disproves Common Belief in Vitamin "D"!
Lack of effect: Massive meta-analysis reports no heart benefits for vitamin D supplements
Vitamin D does zilch for CVD prevention: meta-analysis
Vitamin D not protective against cardiovascular events


21 trials
45% used only 100-1,000 IU
14% dosing interval was too long (3+ months)
14% did not use Vitamin D

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