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Considerations Identified from the Dialogue Focused on Evidence-Based Decision Making and Vitamin D: Implications for the Nutrition Care Process

      In this issue of the Journal, Taylor and colleagues
      • Taylor C.L.
      • Rosen C.J.
      • Dwyer J.T.
      Considerations in dietetic counseling for vitamin D.
      present four considerations relevant to dietetic counseling for vitamin D, resulting from a dialogue on vitamin D held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). These considerations are as follows:
      • vitamin D status is a probability, not a cut-point;
      • laboratory tests for vitamin D status should be ordered selectively;
      • interpretation of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] concentrations requires judgment; and
      • vitamin D supplementation requires caution.
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