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MDs, mainstream media, misinformationWhy the misinformation? Because:
- They don't keep up with scientific research.
- The Cancer Industry and Big Pharma wouldn't be able to make any money off of you, if you were aware that you need more vitamin D and UV-B.
OverdoseNaturally, if you take (this mostly harmless and large than average dose of) vitamin D, there is a small possibility of an overdose.
Should you overdose on it, there is no need to panic. All the symptoms of the vitamin D overdose are fully reversible.
The symptoms of vitamin D overdose are as follows: loss of libido, loss of appetite, unusual thirst, pain in the muscles or bones, ringing in the ears, constipation, stomach and intestinal discomfort, sore eyes, sensitivity to light, itching, chills, lighheadedness, and loss of balance. (4)
However, there is no need to fear vitamin D. You won't overdose on vitamin D if you combine it with vitamin K2 (Menaquinone). Always take vitamin D together with vitamin K2. Why? Because vitamins D and K2 work together. Because the symptoms of vitamin D overdose mean you have vitamin K2 deficiency, and an excessive calcification that results in the hardening of your joints and arteries. Why? Because it's vitamin K2 that manages your calcium needs. It directs calcium to parts of your body (e.g. bones and teeth) where calcium is needed. It also keeps calcium away from parts of your body (e.g. soft tissues and arteries) where calcium should not be. When you take vitamin D, you create an increased demand for K2. For every 10,000 IU of vitamin D you should take at least 100 micrograms of vitamin K2.
So, how can you treat your vitamin D deficiency?
Initially you need to take up to 20,000 IU per day of vitamin D.
Then, up to six months later, when you reach your optimal level of vitamin D, you want to reduce your dosage and take, for the rest of your life, up to 10,000 IU per day, every day.
And don't forget taking vitamin K2.
Say yes to vitamin DHow can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? Get some sunlight, or take up to 10,000 IU of vitamin D (per day, every day), and you will treat your vitamin D deficiency.
SunlightHow can you treat your vitamin D deficiency? The sun is not your enemy. Get some sunlight. However, you will look younger, if you avoid sunlight, smoking as well as the intake of sugar. ...More >>
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