Once again propaganda is emanating from the drug industry. The article in question claims that according to Wikipedia “too much vitamin-D “can cause” damage to the kidneys”. You will note that the article does not say that too much vitamin-D “does cause” but rather it says “can cause”.
The reason that it does not say that vitamin-D does cause kidney disease is that massive scientific studies, such as the Frock report on vitamin-D (done by hundreds of scientists and hundreds of doctors) have proven that even when taken in the millions of iu’s, vitamin-D3 does not cause damage to the body. Once again the article is misleading as it does not say that vitamin-D does cause damage but rather it tries to suggest that it does.
Most medical researchers today suggest that everyone take at least 15,000 iu of vitamin-D3 daily.
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