In France Vitamin D is given by Doctors in oral ampoules of 300,00 to 560,000 iu per ampoule. One is taken every few months. Yes, I got the amounts right. What do you think of this? Does it work at all? I have been worried by it for years. Thanks for any help.

Asked by  belletricot on February 1, 2015

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  • belletricot
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  • IAW
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    Well it does work BUT as Dr. Cannell says “it is better to take a little every day, as nature intended” then a whole lot at one time. I also recall some studies that showed smaller amounts each day were better. I suppose if there is no choice, though, then getting something is better than nothing! Even a larger weekly dose would be better than a huge dose every several months.
    We at the VDC recommend 5000iu a day minimum and a blood level at or above 50ng/ml. (125 nm/l).

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