‘Normal’ vitamin D blood level is now considered to be 30-100 ng/ml, with 80-100 ng/ml optimum for overall health, all-cause mortality, resistance to serious Covid and depression. – ed
Amounts of vitamin D you may want to consider taking:
• For maintenance: 10,000-20,000 IUs
• For therapeutic purposes (short term use): 20,000-50,000 IUs
Vitamin D toxicity is very rare. But, vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency is extremely common. 65% of the population has a vitamin D deficiency, and 95% of the population has a vitamin D insufficiency.
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