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Vitamin D dose

Vitamin D dose
International units or micrograms
1,000 micrograms (mcg) in a milligram (mg)
1,000 milligrams (mg) in a gram (g)
1,000 grams in a kilogram (Kg)
1 kg is 2.2 pounds
IU mcg
400 10mcg
800 20mcg
1,000 25mcg
2,000 50mcg
4,000 100mcg
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-d-dosage

US

42% of people have a vitamin D deficiency

82.1% of black people

69.2% of Hispanic people.
Higher blood levels = over 33 ng/ml or 82.4 nmol/l
Lower blood levels less than 12 ng/ml or 30 nmol/l
50% lower risk of colorectal cancer
Consuming 1,000 IU (25 mcg) daily would help 50% of people reach a vitamin D blood level of 33 ng/ml (82.4 nmol/l)
Consuming 2,000 IU (50 mcg) daily would help nearly everyone reach a blood level of 33 ng/ml (82.4 nmol/l)
Taking 1,000 IU (25 mcg) of vitamin D daily reduced heart disease risk by 10%
Consuming 1,000–4,000 IU (25–100 mcg) of vitamin D daily should be ideal for most people to reach healthy vitamin D blood levels.
However, don’t consume more than 4,000 IU of vitamin D without your doctor's permission. It exceeds the safe upper limits of intake and is not linked to more health benefits

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40520-020-01570-8

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40520-020-01570-8

https://www.bmj.com/content/356/bmj.i6583

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/medrxiv/early/2020/04/10/2020.04.08.20058578.full.pdf?mod=article_inline

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.24.20075838v1

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3571484

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41430-020-0558-y.pdf (pdf link)

https://endocare.hu/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Vitamin-D-supplementation-could-prevent-and-treat-influenza-coronavirus-and.pdf (pdf link)

https://tilda.tcd.ie/publications/reports/pdf/Report_Covid19VitaminD.pdf (p

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)31035-7/fulltext
Pat Cavanaugh : A cardiologist told me that supplements are useless, that they cause heart trouble, and are not beneficial to health. He said Vit. E is bad for the heart...please tell me he is wrong. I am 84 and have been taking supplements since the early sixties, when we bought a house and I found a family doctor nearby who even made house calls. He was one of a dying breed. RIP, Dr. William Jones, III. I miss you.
Verse Writer : I am as passionate about getting the message about Vitamin D as you are & I’ve even made a PowerPoint presentation about it that I showed at WI meetings in the area. I think it’s important to stress that it is Vitamin D3 that should be taken & not D2. Also, when supplementing with Vitamin D3 it is vital to take Vitamin K2 alongside it. The reason for this is to ensure that the extra calcium that will be absorbed through the gut into the bloodstream is directed to bones & teeth & not to arteries & organs where it can cause calcification.
richard Spring : I have Brecks sarcoidosis. Can’t take vit d. Results in kidney stones
fgcolina : Could such high doses of Vit D produce some kidney stones as a side effect?
g r : I take 800 and my kids take 400. Thats what I have been told to take following uk guidelines. Am I wrong? As you and everyone is clearly taking much more
Frank James : Big pharma wants folks to take the lowest amount of Vit. D so people wont get better yet make a lot of money on their mental dependency on them.
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m s : Why dead rates in africa is low but swedish african high?
Andrew Strakele : Why are so many people deficient in Vitamin D? A rarely discussed, but significant reason is from DIET! See
.

A High Carbohydrate (Sugar & Starch), Low Fat Diet prevents the absorption of Vitamin D, rendering extra sunshine and Vitamin D3 supplementation ineffective. It’s the high Insulin spike in the Blood from Carbohydrate consumption, particularly from Sugar, that prevents Vitamin D absorption, also leading to the Chronic Diseases of Metabolic Syndrome (
), which include the Comorbidities of COVID-19, such as Hypertension, Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Diabetes. Think about that when having a Dessert, sugary Snack, or drinking Soda Pop, Fruit Juice, sugared Coffee/Ice Tea, or Alcohol...

What to do about it? A good place to start your own research is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMZfyEy_jpI .
Espen Haug : I just ordered a vitamin D3 that gives 80mcg per drop. One bottle is enough for 2 years, and only cost me $11 on 50% sale :P

Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) and Vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) and Calcitriol

The Vitamin D supplement that I take:
https://amzn.to/2zjaqqb

Vitamin D3, Cholecalciferol, Vitamin D2, Ergocalciferol, Calcidiol, Calcitriol.

What are all of these things? They are all referring to the various forms of vitamin D in our body, or in the food we eat. Vitamin D3 is also known as cholecalciferol, this is the form made naturally by the body in response to sunlight. Vitamin D2 is also known as Ergocalciferol and comes from plants. Vitamin D supplements come in the form of either Vitamin D3 or Vitamin D2. Calcitriol, or 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D if you prefer, is the active form of vitamin D in our body. When sunlight contains ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation, and when it hits your skin cells, it turns 7-dehydrocholesterol into vitamin D3, meaning cholecalciferol. Vitamin D3 in turn binds to vitamin D-binding protein (VDBP) and is transported to the liver, where it gets converted to calcidiol, aka 25-hydroxyvitamin D.

Calcidiol is the storage form of vitamin D in the body. Calcidiol is later converted to the active form of vitamin D in the body, meaning calcitriol, or 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D. This conversion of calcidiol into calcitriol mainly occurs in the kidney. But it also takes place in different tissues and cells of the immune system, such as lymph nodes and alveolar macrophages. And not only in alveolar macrophages, but the alveoli themselves.

Vitamin D3 is only found naturally in a few different food sources, mainly fatty fish, like cod, swordfish, tuna, and salmon. Milk doesn’t naturally contain vitamin D3, but it has been fortified with it for almost 100 years now. But other dairy products made from milk like cheese and ice cream aren’t typically fortified with vitamin D and contain only small amounts. For older adults to meet the RDA of 800 IU, they would have to drink about 4 cups of fortified milk per day. Vitamin D3 mainly comes from sunlight though, not food. But the skin’s production of vitamin D depends on a number of factors, only some of which you have control of.

Depending on the season, where you live, where you travel, the time of day, the clothing you wear, the umbrella that you use, all of these factors determine how much UVB light hits your skin. The sun’s rays are most direct between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. However, the farther you live from the equator, the less UVB radiation you receive. People who live north of about 37° latitude can’t make any vitamin D from sunlight from November to March, even if they spend all day outside bare naked. Why is this the case? During the winter months, the earth tilts away from the sun, ultimately leading to less sun rays hitting the earth. Having darker skin means less UVB absorption, which means less vitamin D3 production. Also, as we age, our body become less efficient at converting UVB light into vitamin D3. This is why older people, as well as darker skin people, are more prone to have lower vitamin D levels. To make matters worse, many older people have reduced exposure to sunlight for different reasons, and may not be getting enough vitamin D in their diet.

Vitamin D signals the intestines to absorb calcium into the bloodstream.
This happens even if you have enough calcium in your diet. Besides strengthening bones, vitamin D helps reduce fractures in the elderly by preventing muscle deterioration, and reducing the chances of falling.

The official definition of a vitamin deficiency means that specific health problems arise as a direct result of not having enough of a specific nutrient. True vitamin D deficiency in children causes rickets, a bone disease where the legs become bowed. This is rare in the United States. Vitamin D deficiency in adults can lead to osteomalacia and osteoporosis, leading to bone fractures. So what if you don’t have deficiency per se, but you have less-than-ideal levels of a specific vitamin? Well, this can increase your risk of various health issues, even though they are not solely responsible for these problems. This is what we call “Insufficiency.”

Most medical societies consider someone vitamin D insufficiency if their level is between 12 to 20 ng/mL (30 to 50 nmol/L), and Vitamin D deficiency is a level less than 12 ng/mL (30 nmol/L). Most experts consider normal levels being above 20 and less than 50 ng/ml. Most people in the United States have values around 20 ng/ml.

But having too high levels can cause other health issues. In one study, levels above 32 ng/ml resulted in people getting less quality sleep. The risk of vitamin D toxicity typically occurs at levels over 100 ng/mL in adults who are also ingesting substantial amounts of calcium. Vitamin D toxicity, whether it's from vitamin D3 or vitamin D2, generally occurs after inappropriate use of vitamin D. It’s especially important to avoid excess vitamin D in pregnancy because that can cause calcium levels to rise to the point of causing seizures in the mother and developmental problems in the baby.

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Medea Endor : If I take my D3 in the early evening can it give me insomnia?
ADVENTUROUSTRAVEL EARTH : I take 2000iU of Vitamin-D3 everyday and may increase to 4000iU in the winter
An Fon : Sweet spot 30 NG/ML? - This is way too low according most research done in the last 5 years. It is more around 50-60 NG/ML
Cheryl Peterson : I’ve come up low, in my bloodwork, twice. I am 66 and about as white as a Beluga whale. My husband and I use a supplement that is 2000 IU per day. I wonder if that’s too much. Hmm. May have to call the Dr. Thank you for the video!
Camping Diaries - Sunny Negi : very informative videos
Zen Conservative : What a great video, thank you for explaining in away a non-medical person could understand it. Also, it wouldn't be the internet if I didn't include a random thought so I will also say you have a bit of a Jeff Goldblum vibe going on ;-)
joseph boriotti : What about Vitamin K2? I've seen much advice online that taking K2 is crucial to avoid too much calcium in the bloodstream as a result of taking D3.

Nice video, BTW.
LittleImpaler : This makes us sound like plant.

Vitamin D3 - Dr. Ryan Menard

Vitamin D3 may be the most talked-about vitamin of the decade. Low blood levels of vitamin D have been associated with asthma, cancer, depression, heart disease, diabetes and even weight gain. The U.T. Health Science Center's Dr. Ryan Menard talks about vitamin D in this post to HealthConnection.tv.
muhammad saqlain : It is very Helpful https://www.themeaningofwellness.com/the-most-effective-benefits-of-vitamin-d-you-should-know/
Paul Frank : NEW STUDY: Vitamin D Saves Lives in critical COVID-19 patients.

In Spain 76 patients admitted to the hospital with severe cOVID-19 symptoms received standard medical treatment with and without vitamin D.
50 patients received vitamin D and only 1 (2%) of the 50 was admitted to the ICU. All 50 survived
26 received NO vitamin D and 13 (50%) Became critical and went to the ICU. Three of the 26 died.

Basically as research accumulates it is becoming more clear that vitamin D is a lifesaver in COVID19
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960076020302764
Paul Frank : New research is now demonstrating low vitamin D levels correlate to more severe symptoms and death in COVID-19. I suggest the following video to learn exactly how the immune system is modified by vitamin D.

Zen Legaspi : Can i take ashwagandha 500mg and vitamin d3 5000iu at the same time daily?? My vitamin d3 result is 10.52 insufficiency. Please let me know thank you...
Zen Legaspi : Can i take ashwagandha 500mg and vitamin d3 5000iu at the same time daily?? My vitamin d3 result is 10.52 insufficiency. Please let me know thank you.
Gino Asci : Can vitamin D help with weight loss?

You want to keep your heart disease in tip top shape, and your liver the best it can be. LMAO
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felisdomesticus5676 : This Dr looks unhealthy.
persis christ : Why Vit D with calcium? What type of people should avoid using this combination? Side affects many with gallstone...? Vit with side affects??
persis christ : Unfortunately GMO FOOD is affecting Human Lives so badly

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