A weekly 35,000 IU vitamin D supplementation improves bone turnover markers in vitamin D-deficient Saudi adolescent females: response to comments by Ribaldone et al.


Dear Editor We thank Ribaldone et al. for their interest in our paper [1, 2]. We totally agree that a comparison between lowand high-dose replacement of vitamin D and the duration of supplementation would be an interesting idea for future studies. With regards to the issue of measuring celiac disease (CD) antibodies, we also agree that ruling out CD… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11657-017-0399-z


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