How Much Vitamin D3 Should I Take? Is 10,000 IUs of Vitamin D3 Toxic? – Dr.Berg

“The answer is ‘no, it’s not [toxic].'”

“10,000 iu is just 1/4 of one tiny milligram” = .25 mg

“15 minutes in the sun will give you 20,000 iu’s of vitamin D.”

In fat soluble vitamins, they use something called IU’s or International Units, which is the potency or concentration of something. You don’t really need to be alarmed if you see large amounts of IU’s. Take vitamin D with vitamin K2 which works with D3 to help mobilize calcium and keeping it from going in the wrong place. Hypercalcemia is not very common and it is too much calcium in the blood. [“And it’s so simple to fix it and reverse it.”]

Dr. Eric Berg DC

Feb 7, 2019

Symptoms of Hypercalcemia
• High blood pressure
• Dehydration
• Decrease appetite
• Irritability
• Fatigue
• Weak

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