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Learn how a postmenopausal woman can improve her cholesterol levels by her intake of Vitamin D and Calcium.

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Calcium and Vitamin D Lowers Cholesterol in Postmenopausal Women

Calcium and Vitamin D Lowers Cholesterol in Postmenopausal Women

Calcium and Vitamin D supplements are believed to lower cholesterol in women after menopause. The study, which was taken from the Women’s Health Initiative, was later published in the North American Menopause Society’s peer-reviewed journal.

The Debate

Whether or not Vitamin D and calcium are able to improve cholesterol levels is a topic that has been debated for a long time. However, recent studies are show that they do. In fact, these studies show remarkable results with lowering cholesterol. The study, led by Peter F. Schnatz (a NAMS Board of Trustees member), decided to settle this debate by putting together a research group that would put both theories to the test.

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