The long-term safety of high-dose supplementation with vitamin D has been backed up by trial data from a four-year study, say researchers.
For some years now, the mass media has been presenting deliberately alarming articles about the supposed dangers of vitamin supplements. Invariably, such articles are either without any merit or they exaggerate or misinterpret the studies referred to. On the other hand, numerous reports on how an insufficient intake of vitamins contributes to many health problems, as well as the impressive health benefits that result from regular dietary micronutrient supplementation, are much less publicized and often completely ignored.
To learn about the proven safety of vitamin supplements, we recommend you read this excellent commentary published by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, the head of the Dr. Rath Research Institute. As she explains, vitamins are dangerous only to the pharmaceutical business, which perceives that they undermine its disease market and reduce the sales of patented drug compounds.
To review Dr. Rath’s basic Cellular Health recommendations, with his advice on which vitamins and other micronutrients to take on a daily basis, and in what doses, see the special feature page on our website.