You don't define "too much Vitamin D". How much do you think is "too much"? Have you had your Vitamin D level tested? You're certainly right to be cautious - because Vitamin D is one of the fat-soluble vitamins which can, indeed, build up to unsafe levels. But you should be basing that upon your true lab-tested results.
It's a fairly common notion these days that many of us are deficient. I was so deficient I was prescribed high doses over the course of almost a year to get my values back in range. I'm cutting back now that I've achieved "normal".
On your other supplement - oral calcium can actually create some troubles in your cardiovascular system if it remains in your bloodstream. If you're supplementing oral calcium, it helps to augment that with Vitamin K2 and possibly chromium, which both assist in transporting calcium into the tissues and out of your blood. Don't just take my word for it, though... research it a bit on your own before you adopt any new supplementation. And make sure you pass it by your PCP before you start ANYthing new - because lots of things interact with other things, and that wouldn't be much benefit for you in the long run!
...the problem with people these days is
they've forgotten we're really just animals ...
We did not create the web of life; we are but a strand in it.
~attributed to Chief Seattle
We don't have souls. We ARE souls. We have bodies.
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