A minimum vitamin D level of 50nmol/L should be the public health target in postmenopausal women to prevent fractures, according to findings from the Perth Longitudinal Study of Ageing in Women. Risk of hip fracture was 40% lower in women with baseline 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OHD) levels of 50-0.75nmol/L compared to those with levels under 50nmol/L, ...
Australian study sets benchmark level of vitamin D to prevent fractures
By Michael Woodhead
7 Aug 2019