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Topic Vitamin C: Can It Help Me?

  • Fri 11th Jan 2019 - 11:58am

    In some individuals this condition can cause recurring fractures Gaia’s Protocol Review for no apparent reason. Vitamin D may also be a factor in osteoarthritis, a condition affecting approximately 23 million Americans. Having your vitamin D checked by your healthcare provider can prove to be an important boon to your good health. If deficiencies are found, he/she can recommend the corrective measures that can be taken. By the same token if too much vitamin is found, those factors need to be addressed as well, as an increased vitamin D can be a precursor to kidney stones.

    Vitamin D comes in two forms. Vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol) and Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol). Of the two, vitamin D3 is the more potent of the two, and should be the vitamin of choice when purchased as your vitamin D supplement. It was previously recommended that it be taken in 400 international units (IUs), and taking higher dosages could prove to be toxic. However, research has shown that much higher doses are needed and are safe to take. It is now recommended that 1000 to 2000 IUs would be the dosages of choice for the older individual. Most individuals will not get the required daily dosage from their diets alone and should use a supplement to be certain that they are getting the necessary daily requirements. Taking a supplement should not preclude that you neglect the additional need for a healthy diet that will include the much needed vitamin D. Read in health hints below how you can get the necessary amounts of vitamin D.

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