First let me say that is “great” that words are “popping out”!
Now Dr. Cannell said in the original posting to “Start with a Vitamin D blood test then begin 150 IU/pound/day.” Did you get the blood test for her level? If so what was her level?
Now without the starting level, it makes things a little harder. She was more than likely deficient, everyone is. When a child is deficient, we usually recommend 1000iu for every 25lbs of body weight but that is if they are basically having no major health issues at that moment. So that would be 2000iu a day for her. If a child for example has Autism then Dr. Cannell says 150iu per pound. That for your daughter would equal 8000iu. You can see the difference.
So if you did not get the test, please let me know why and we will go from there on what amount to give. (Sometimes I think we all forget that there are good reason’s for example her doctor would not authorize one or money is tight and you cannot afford to take her to the doctor. The VDC does sell a blood spot testing kit and some people are not aware of this. Again if there is no money to buy one, that still presents a problem.)