Vitamin d3 water soluble

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Avatar n tn Also I should have added, take with a meal that contains fat, as that helps fat soluble nutrients get absorbed, and make sure it's natural Vitamin D3, not some synthetic version carried by some drugstores.
Avatar n tn I was wondering if anyone is taking vitamin D3 to help with their anxiety or depression? I have heard lots of good things about it. I know I personally do not get out into the sun enough. I did start on 1000iu per day, but my chiro says to do 5000iu. He thinks it will work wonders on my anxiety. He's never steered me wrong before. Love this forum.
Avatar n tn D must be D3. Multis, D and E should all be taken at mealtime, because they contain fat soluble nutrients that will be best absorbed with intake of fat and minerals which are best absorbed in an acidic stomach environment, which a complete meal provides.
Avatar f tn Hi guys, I hav been recently diagnosed with very very low vitamin d3 level. My count was just 3. My doc started away with supplements but since I started taking them, my condition has worsened. My pain in ribs has increased & its just unbearable. Pl. Will somebody guide me...as to how long will it take to become normal.
Avatar f tn Lately, we considered multiple doctors and made him go through a lot of tests (LFT, KFT, Ultrasound of abdomen region, blood tests, CECT, Vitamin B1 and Vitamin D3 test). Mostly all tests came out to be normal, else than Vitamin tests where his B12 is 240 and D3 is just 22. The doctor recommended giving him Calcerol (60,000 IU) every alternate day. But he still feels the same.
Avatar m tn There are two types of vitamins, water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. The fat-soluble vitamins are the ones you would be more worried about, as with those there is a possibility of overdosing and having it be toxic. Though with a simple multivitamin you will not reach that level.
Avatar m tn Goldcal D3 contains Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) which is a fat soluble vitamin, that helps the body to absorb calcium and phosphorous found in food and supplements. Although there are some tests that show a relationship between vit D and cholesterol, it is not probable that the intake of one capsue affected the outcome of your cholesterol levels the next day. Lab results are very reliable, so you can assume that you indeed have high cholesterol levels.
Avatar f tn I drink milk, go in the sun (skin gets red very fast) and eat other foods that contain it and have no problem, but I recently was told by my doctor that I have a vitamin D deficiency. She wants me to start taking vitamin D3 in a 2300 dose. My question is, is it possible to have an allergy to this vitamin even though I eat foods that contain it? Will this high level of vitamin D affect me in a negative way? I'm a little anxious about taking it.
Avatar m tn There are two types of vitamins water-soluble, and non-water-soluble. Water soluble vitamins such as Vit.B and Vit.C are not stored in the body any excess will be excreted out of the body. Non water soluble vitamins such as, A, D, E, and K are stored in the liver and fat tissue so any excess ingested could cause toxic effects. Make sure and check the max allowed amounts of any vitamins you take.
Avatar m tn It's OK to take vitamin D as a supplement whether you have had any vaccinations or not. (Or, if you expose your skin to at least 15 minutes of sunlight daily, that also gives you the vitamin D you need.) The thing is not to take too much vitamin D. Because it's a fat-soluble vitamin (as opposed to water soluble), if you took too high of a dose, it would build up in your body and could be dangerous. Recommended dose is 400 IU to a maximum of 4,000 IU daily.
Avatar m tn stef, I just ordered vit D3 (50,000iu) from Biotech. But I am curious why only their vit D3 is water-soluble and others are fat-soluble?
1183618 tn?1277365106 The recommended Vitamin D dose for women is 400 IU. You should not go over in supplementation. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin which means the vitamin goes into our fat cells and the body does not excrete it. 2000 IU is the tolerable upper intake level for adults; supplementation over that may cause a risk for toxicity (increased calcium, weak muscles, weak bones, excessive bleeding, severe headaches, and kidney stones).
Avatar m tn You should be more careful with some of the easily available fat soluble vitamins like Vitamin D3, as they get stored in adipose cells and excess is indeed bad for health. Especially at your age all vitamins and minerals should be got from food as far as possible.
Avatar n tn that help other nutrients become active and functional) but the most important are magnesium (most important), vitamin K, vitamin A, zinc, boron. As vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin, this supplement is best to be taken with a meal containing fat.
Avatar f tn I've been taking levethyroxine 75mg for about 8 year and felt fine. Then about 6 month ago doctor put me on vitamin D3 1000 and I've been taking them together every morning.I've started having really badly shoulder neck pain and this horrible heavy fuzzy headache and lightheaded is it the mix medication.
Avatar f tn We used to spend all day in the sun from dawn til dusk, during warmer months. I would say you should definitely elevate your Vitamin D3 capsules to over 15,000 units per day. Sounds like a lot, but it's water soluble so you will urinate out quite a bit of that before absorbing. I'm actually preparing to do the gastric sleeve myself at WELL over 300 pounds. I already have a lot of the symptoms you have post-bypass. How old were you when you had the bypass?
Avatar m tn Wouldn’t testing for vitamin D preclude guesswork? Deficiencies should be corrected regardless of treatment status, yes? And if the test results are within reference range, why worry about anything? I think the test is ‘25-hydroxy vitamin D’.
Avatar f tn Really? I didn't even know there was a Vitamin D3. What's the diff? Thanks for the tip!
Avatar n tn That is very bizarre, I didn't know that Vitamin D could have that effect. I'm currently taking 50,000 of prescription Vitamin D once a week for 4 weeks because I'm severely low. I'm on week 3 and I haven't noticed any hypo symptoms, my last tsh was .36. I will have it checked again in 2 weeks. Maybe it's the type of vitamin d you are taking? I don't know, but that is strange that there would be a relationship between the two. What does your doc say about it?