Okay, so I've read tons about how D3 is suppose to help with cancer, heart problems, etc... Sounded, too good to be true.. I ran into a study where rats given a lot of D3 actually had cardiac necrosis, and died... Pretty scary? I also found another study dealing with chicken broilers... Pretty much same thing happened, heart problems > death..
Here is the study on Vitamin D3 on rats causing cardiac necrosis. They were given 100,000 IU, 3x a day, for only 3 days? I know rats metabolism works different, how much would this be equivalent to in a human? Any guess?
Here is full PDF
Here is the one on chicken broilers
Sorry for the long, stupid URL's ... Don't know how to shorten.
Here is a google search for vitamin d3 being good for the heart
Scary? I was going to take 50,000 IU twice a week for so called "benefits", now I'm scared to touch this stuff...