How to Reduce the Toxic Effects of High Amounts of Vitamin D

How to Reduce the Toxic Effects of High Amounts of Vitamin D

How to Reduce the Toxic Effects of High Amounts of Vitamin D

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so recently I did several videos on the incredible benefits of taking higher levels of vitamin D but I wanted to create this video on how to get the benefits from taking more about him indy without the toxic side effects first thing that you need to know is that the only toxic effect of taking high levels of vitamin d has to do with calcium too much calcium in the blood so it doesn’t have to do with the d itself it has to do with what the D is doing with calcium because vitamin D helps absorb calcium into the blood by 20 times but here’s the thing number one this is very rare for this to happen and you would have to have very high levels of vitamin D 300 to 450 NGS per milliliter so if you have a smaller amount it’s not gonna happen let me cover first the symptoms of hypercalcemia that’s high calcium in the blood constipation kidney stones frequent urination dementia depression ulcers abdominal pain and even arrhythmia sometimes so one of the challenges with vitamin D in relationship to calcium is that it doesn’t tell the calcium where to go so D is only about increasing the calcium in the blood and it stays there okay so this is the simple solution very simple take vitamin k2 vitamin k2 triggers a protein that tells the calcium to go into the bone to come out of the soft tissues and into the bone okay I would recommend the mk7 version and take it at this ratio for every 10,000 IU’s of vitamin d3 you take a hundred micrograms of k2 mk7 version alright so if you’re going to take 30,000 IU’s of vitamin d3 take 300 micrograms of k2 alright number two avoid dairy if you avoid foods high in calcium like dairy then you’re going to get the benefit of the d3 without this of this calcium problem if you’re concerned number three you can just take magnesium okay that will also help balance the calcium and drink more water to actually help prevent the kidney stones so there’s not this super saturating effect that you develop a stone but the benefits of vitamin D are huge for autoimmune conditions ms rheumatoid arthritis for example it’s really good for chronic pain it’s really good for restorative sleep alright so there you have it these are the things to focus on I’ll put some links down below for some additional data on this topic thanks for watching so if you want to get notified with all my content click the notification bell next to subscribed

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about how to get the benefits of higher amounts of vitamin D without the toxic side effects. Vitamin D helps absorb the calcium in the blood by 20x. The only toxic effect of vitamin D has to do with too much calcium in the blood.

Hypercalcemia Symptoms
• Constipation
• Kidney Stones
• Frequent Urination
• Dementia
• Depression
• Ulcers
• Abdominal Pain

Recommendation:
1. Vitamin K2 (MK7 version) – it triggers the protein that could signal the calcium to go into the bone.
Ratio: For every 10,000IUs of D3 – 100mcg of K2
2. Avoid Dairy
3. Magnesium
4. Drink more water

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