Asked by andre.fortin94637600 on March 6, 2015
Well is anyone following your actual blood levels of Vitamin D? This would be a 25OHD test. I do not think that 4000 iu is going to do much for a diseased state. Normal people with no active disease and not overweight should take 5000 iu and make sure this results in a blood level with a minimum of 50ng/ml.
The upper, official safe limit is 10,000 iu a day or 150ng/ml. Go over to Henry’s website and read http://www.vitamindwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page_id=3857. I would encourage you to take more and also make sure you read http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/about-vitamin-d/vitamin-d-and-other-vitamins-and-minerals/. More questions just ask!
Hi IAW I shall do that. Thank you so much. Kind regards.
Posted by Mona | 21 hours, 6 minutes ago
Try 7500iu over the next 8 weeks. If your progression does not decrease, then go to 6000iu after that. By all means, if you start feeling worse at any point, then go back to a higher amount of D. I t…
Posted by IAW | 1 day, 10 hours ago
We at the VDC promote taking a minimum of 5000 iu a day. That will get most people to a blood level of 50 ng/ml. But you will not know if that is the case unless you test your levels. So no 2000 iu i…
Posted by IAW | 4 years, 9 months ago
With a level of 31 and those symptoms, I have to assume, at the moment, that your level is being measured as nmol/l and not ng/ml. Country in which you live would also tell me how it was measured. It…
Posted by IAW | 1 year ago