Normally we have lots of Ca in the blood – which is needed to add Ca to bones
Normally do not have Ca being deposited in wrong locations – kidney stones, arteries
Deposition only happens when Vitamin D is increased without also increasing Vitamins A and K
A few slides from the video
It is interesting that the vitamin D problem did not occur until there was 50,000 IU/kilogram/feed
Which appears to be about 75,000 IU per day for a human adult.
Overview Toxicity of vitamin D has the following chart
Note: 75,000 IU daily for just 4 weeks is toxic for humans - if not balance the cofactors
- Vitamin K-2 – bone biomarkers indicate at least 600 ug of MK-4 are needed daily – Sept 2014
- Vascular calcification greatly reduced by 1000 ug of Vitamin K2 MK-7 – Dec 2013
- Increased Vitamin K2 reduces the problems of excess Calcium – Nov 2013
- Synergism between Vitamin D, Vitamin K-2, and Vitamin A: Masterjohn – Sept 2013
- Vitamin A increases risk of fracture if too much or too little – meta-analysis April 2014
- VITAMIN D AND VITAMIN K at vitamind.net
"Vitamin D should be taken with vitamin K2, as this can lead to health risks otherwise"