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Old September 18th, 2009, 06:44 AM   #1
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Vitamin D Health - Scientific Facts and Correlations A very close and dear friend wrote this fascinating article on vitamin D and its usages. From my experience I have come to recognize that a deficiency in this essential vitamin will result in far-less results from mones . Vitamin D is the Instant Shine of the vitamin world. I would very much appreciate if you went and read the article and left some feedback for the author.
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fine, fine, i'll take my vitamins
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There's a lot of great info in that article Steve, and it appears to be very well researched. Thanks for posting the link. There were a number of diseases Vitamin D deficiencies are connected to I never imagined. I also see the 800IU I take a day is nowhere near enough. Too bad that means less money for mones .
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Nice read. But the article ignores one major fact: The liver stores vitamin D for quite a long time - so if you are out in the sun for a while during spring and summer, your liver depots of vitamin D are enough to bring you safely through the winter. Also I've found a study about the vitamin D levels of Finnish vegans in winter (Finland is high enough in the north so that the skin won't produce vitamin D through sun exposure and all dietary vitamin D comes from meat - so they are a high risk group) and none of them showed any signs of deficiency.

Soooo... I'm skeptical. Seeing an ad for a specific vitamin product that seems to get the author a referral bonus (not sure, but I would guess so from the link) doesn't diminish the skeptical thoughts a bit.

Edit: This study here http://www.ajcn.org/cgi/content/full/77/1/204 found that during winter 80% of the required vitamin D level were supplied by the depots that had been built up during summer. The rest should be easily obtained by food, especially seeing that the industry adds vitamin D to a lot of products these days. For me this reads as if a supplementation is only needed for people who don't build up a depot of vitamin D over summer.

Edit #2: I'll try it anyway!
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Office workers and people who work indoors may be suffering from Vitamin D deficiency. Those people might not be getting enough sun exposure, even during summer.

Vitamin D also may help prevent cancers, including skin cancers. With the paranoia about sun exposure causing melanoma here in Australia, people are covering up in the sun. And what happens? An increase in skin cancers... Reasonable, not excessive but reasonable, sun exposure is good for you.
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I take 4000-8000 IUs of Vitamin D a day.
D helps the immune system, which is especially important with this swine flu going around.

Check out the book The Vitamin D Cure.

If you are looking for a good quality D supplement, check out the stuff that Carlson's makes. Carlson's also makes an excellent liquid fish oil that tastes just like lemons, not like fish. Fish oil has lots of benefits, it's great for high cholesterol and can be helpful for depression (the omega-3s).

Fish oil can also help women's libidos.
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Default Re: Vitamin D - Deficiancy Leaves You In The Dark!

Vitamin D supplementation is very popular these days but it should be evaluated on an individual basis. One way is by use of a blood test to see if indeed an deficiency exists and by how much. While the benefits of Vitamin D has been highly touted by the media these days, it seems very little is said about symptoms that indicate when you've had too much.

While rare, excessive amounts of D3 can increase calcium absorption in the body and cause it to deposit in any type of soft tissue, including the heart and blood vessels (otherwise known as atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries). Another area is in the kidneys where the likelihood of developing kidney stones have been known to happen just from ODing on D3, and that is one painful condition, this I heard from my acupuncturist who had such a client.

I personally have taken a blood test and know that a daily dose of 1000 IU of D3 keeps me well supplied. I also tend to take a lot of magnesium which I believe balances the absorption of calcium.

Vitamin D is not easily passed from the body like C and B so you should be aware that it will accummulate and potentially reach a threshold upper limit.

So how much is just right? Bottomline, statistical data is only a reference point, and what works for one person may not be the right mix for you, same as pheromones. It seems no one has died from taking too much Vitamin D but if you begin to show signs like the above, or unusual muscle weakness and cramping, its something to consider.
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Vitamin D supplementation is very popular these days but it should be evaluated on an individual basis. One way is by use of a blood test to see if indeed an deficiency exists and by how much. While the benefits of Vitamin D has been highly touted by the media these days, it seems very little is said about symptoms that indicate when you've had too much.

While rare, excessive amounts of D3 can increase calcium absorption in the body and cause it to deposit in any type of soft tissue, including the heart and blood vessels (otherwise known as atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries). Another area is in the kidneys where the likelihood of developing kidney stones have been known to happen just from ODing on D3, and that is one painful condition, this I heard from my acupuncturist who had such a client.

I personally have taken a blood test and know that a daily dose of 1000 IU of D3 keeps me well supplied. I also tend to take a lot of magnesium which I believe balances the absorption of calcium.

Vitamin D is not easily passed from the body like C and B so you should be aware that it will accummulate and potentially reach a threshold upper limit.

So how much is just right? Bottomline, statistical data is only a reference point, and what works for one person may not be the right mix for you, same as pheromones. It seems no one has died from taking too much Vitamin D but if you begin to show signs like the above, or unusual muscle weakness and cramping, its something to consider.
Source?

I have been taking vitamin D3 and found my blood test showed I was getting plenty, (my alkaline phosphatase was low) Doctor said it was the body's way of signaling that I had enough Vitamin D and that the bones said they had enough calcium or something like that.
So I dropped my D intake as suggested.
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