Does 600 IUs of Vitamin D Even Come Close to What We Need?

Does 600 IUs of Vitamin D Even Come Close to What We Need?

Does 600 IUs of Vitamin D Even Come Close to What We Need?

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Vitamin D Toxicity:

Is 600 IUs of vitamin D enough to support a healthy body? Here’s what you need to know.

0:00 Is 600 IUs of vitamin D enough?
0:12 Why you need more than 600 IUs of vitamin D
2:12 Vitamin D food sources
3:30 Vitamin D absorption
4:29 Bile and vitamin D
6:09 Key takeaways
6:39 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about vitamin D. In particular, I want to answer a question that one of my viewers had. The question was, “Is 600 IUs of vitamin D enough? I was told that’s all I need.”

The answer is… Absolutely not!

Let’s start by talking about where you get vitamin D from.

You get vitamin D from the sun. When your skin is exposed to the sun, your body turns cholesterol into an inactive form of vitamin D. From there, it is converted into the active form of vitamin D.

In the summer, you will get far more vitamin D than in the winter. However, the amount of vitamin D your body produces is heavily reliant on your latitude. If you’re in a warm climate, you will likely have more exposure to the sun. Those who live in the northern hemisphere are very likely to have lower levels of vitamin D.

Vitamin D levels also depend on how much you go outside, your skin color, your age, whether or not you are exposing enough skin or wearing sunscreen, how heavy you are, etc…

So, if you don’t get enough vitamin D from sunlight, can’t you just get it from food?

Vitamin D isn’t in a lot of food. Even in foods that are relatively high in vitamin D, it’s not enough to supply you with the amount of vitamin D you need to support a healthy body.

If you have inflammation in your gut, you also won’t be able to absorb enough vitamin D from food to support your health. Viruses, health problems, and genetics can also influence vitamin D absorption.

My opinion is that 10,000 IUs is ideal for maintaining vitamin D levels.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up why you may require more vitamin D and how to get more vitamin D regularly. I’ll see you in the next video.

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