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Daily Value of 1,200 IU of Vitamin D if you consume 3,000 calories daily (FDA) – 2018

US FDA recommends daily value of 800 IU per 2,000 IU of calories
DV of Vitamin D = 20 micrograms = 800 IU will be on US food labels in 2020

It is the MIMIMUM amount to maintain health
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The amount recommended is proportional to the actual calories consumed

Many people consume >3,000 calories/day

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Many tall people consume >3,000 calories/day

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Most counties now consume >3,000 calories/day

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Daily value replaced Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA)
Daily value increases with the amount of calories consumed.
The RDA was not proportional to calories consumed


See also VitaminDWiki


See also web

  • RDI Wikipedia
    • "The Reference Daily Intake (RDI) is the daily intake level of a nutrient that is considered to be sufficient to meet the requirements of 97–98% of healthy individuals in every demographic in the United States."
    • Wikipedi entry (April 2019) has Vitamin D RDI as 600 IU per 2,000 calorie diet, rather than 800 IU as mentioned above
  • Fitfolk charts - above




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