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How to Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D
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i believe i have read this article many times over the years
Great info here. Thanks!
Good to know. Thanks.
My nutrition chart shows I am deficient in Vit D daily. Hope to get a bit more sun now that spring is here.
i take a vitamin d supplement most of the time. I do like eat cheese once in a while
Great Article! Thanks!
With as little Vitamin D as is found in foods, it's no wonder we don't get enough of that. Guess sunshine is really needed for us all - not just the younger ones.
Living in a state that is dark half the year, Vitamin D deficiency is a way of life. Everyone in my family takes 1,000 IU daily in the summer, and 2,000 IU daily in the winter. When we first moved here, I had my level checked and it was 3, where the doctor said 20 was the minimum, and 30 to 50 the optimum. After eight weeks of 20,000IU daily, I got up to 6, another eight weeks had me at 12, at that time I was to maintain 10,000 IU daily. Now I just started HRT, and my Vitamin D levels are at 9, so I'm on 20,000 IU until further notice. The chance of Vitamin D toxicity for me is zero.
Awesome...good to know...thanks!
I do not put sunscreen on for the first half hour of being in the sun.
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