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Is it Safe to Take 10,000 IUs of Vitamin D3?

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  1. Holy crap, I didn't know half of that. Great video, I see I am going to have to triple what I have been taking.

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    1. One of my wifes docs told her she could take up to 10,000 day without issue, and according to this guy she could probly take more. I take 10000 daily, when I remember.

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  2. Thanks for finding and posting that video.

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    1. You are welcome. I live to serve. I thought it was interesting, and decided to share.

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  3. I take 30,000 IUs/day.

    My last blood test had me at 81.5 ng/ml-the range is 30-100 ng/ml

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    1. Makes you wonder if there is enough d3 in the world to go around.

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    2. I’ve been taking 10,000 a day (2 small gelcaps, not that handful nonsense), and have finally gotten my blood level just over 60 ng/ml (“sweet spot” is allegedly 60-80)

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    3. I’ve been taking 10,000 per day, and after nearly 3 years have finally gotten my blood level up to 63ng/ml (“sweet spot” is allegedly 60-80). Everyone is different though, and care must be taken, because “vitamin” D is really a hormone.

      See here for one of many videos by Dr Gominak on the topic.
      https://doctorstevenpark.com/004

      In another video she points out that among the problems low D and poor sleep causes is impaired sexual development.
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=N20nyUTqiyY
      It’s a subtopic there somewhere, but the whole video is worth watching, IMO.

      Also note the importance of proper gut bacteria for maintaining optimum B vitamin levels.

      So, is 10K IU Vitamin D3 safe?

      It depends.

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