Vitamin D warning: Have you been urinating more often? The sign you’ve taken too much

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Vitamin D warning: Have you been urinating more often? The sign you’ve taken too much

Studies have shown that each additional 100 IU of vitamin D3 you consume per day will raise your blood vitamin D levels by 1 ng/ml, on average.Howe

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Studies have shown that each additional 100 IU of vitamin D3 you consume per day will raise your blood vitamin D levels by 1 ng/ml, on average.

However, taking extremely high doses of vitamin D3 for long periods may lead to excessive build-up in your body.

Vitamin D intoxication occurs when blood levels rise above 150 ng/ml.

This is due to the vitamin being stored in body fat and released into the bloodstream slowly, the effects of toxicity may last for several months after you stop taking supplements.

Importantly, toxicity isn’t common and occurs almost exclusively in people who take long-term, high-dose supplements without monitoring their blood levels.



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