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  1. 100 IU increases 1 ng vitamin D – recommend 3000 IU – Book 2011
  2. 100 IU probably does not increase vitamin D in blood by 1 ng
  3. 100000 IU of vitamin D every three months had problems – 2011
  4. 1500 IU vitamin D minimum - 10,000 IU is safe – review April 2012
  5. 1600 IU daily Vitamin D raised adult blood levels above 20 ng – RCT Nov 2011
  6. 2 Vitamin D pills per month may be as good as 10 hours of exercise - Nov 2018
  7. 2,000 IU of Vitamin D is not enough to maintain levels above 30 ng – RCT Aug 2018
  8. 200 IU vitamin D per kg is not enough for some health problems (example– bone marrow stem cell) – July 2016
  9. 2010 recommendations for Vitamin D are Deficient – by 1997 panelists
  10. 4.000 IU of Vitamin D daily is safe, but takes a year to plateau (Best-D) – RCT Dec 2016
  11. 40 ng response plateau to 2000 to 4,000 IU of vitamin D – June 2012
  12. 400 IU Vitamin D did not affect menopause (400 IU affects virtually nothing) - RCT May 2015
  13. 5000 IU vitamin D (50000 every 10 days) was OK – June 2010
  14. 60,000 IU vitamin D weekly with daily Calcium was safe but not enough in the winter – 2012
  15. 800 IU might maintain 30 ng vitamin D – Jan 2010
  16. 800 IU vitamin D resulted in 20 ng, 3200 IU resulted in 45 ng – RCT March 2012
  17. 85% achieved 20 ng with avg of 3300 IU of vitamin D - oral and injection Aug 2012
  18. 930 IU of Vitamin D proposed for far North after review of literature review – Oct 2011
  19. 930 IU vitamin D should get most people to 20 ng – Possible Europe standard Dec 2011
  20. A single pill every two weeks deals with more than 10 diseases
  21. An official reviewer of the IOM vitamin D report makes his opinion known – Jan 2011
  22. Benefits and risks of Vitamin D - Vieth April 2012
  23. Clinical Trials update Sept 2010
  24. Dose response equations for Vitamin D
  25. Endocrine Society Guideline should be raised to 2 ng per 100 IU of vitamin D – March 2013
  26. Endocrinology Guidelines for vitamin D revisited – no abstract – March 2012
  27. Even with 400 IU of vitamin D in winter, 1 in 6 were still vitamin D deficient – RCT Aug 2013
  28. Every 400 IU increase of vitamin D3 increases serum level about 8 ng– Systematic Review Aug 2012
  29. Experts Recommend 10000 IU Upper Limit Vitamin D – 2007
  30. Factors Influencing Vitamin D Status – May 2011
  31. Finland increased vitamin D - Nov 2010
  32. Goal of 30 to 40 ng vitamin D and OK to start with 800 IU without testing – July 2010
  33. Huge variation in response by bodies to vitamin D supplementation – personal vitamin D response index – Dec 2016
  34. IU of vitamin D – a roundup of recent news items – Jan 2012
  35. Interview of C Baggerly about IoM Dec 1 2010
  36. Interview of Dr. Cannell Dec 1 2010
  37. Most people are not vitamin D deficient – Consumer Reports May 2011
  38. Nordic countries considering raising vitamin D to US recommended levels – Dec 2012
  39. No, do not need 9,000 IU of vitamin D to get most people above 20 ng – Oct 2014
  40. Osteoporosis Foundation recommends 30 ng – May 2010
  41. Myth for 50 years: 2000 IU of vitamin D is toxic - still taught as fact in 2010
  42. Scientists call for vitamin D action 2000 IU and more than 40 ng – 2008
  43. Probably need 1500-2000 IU of vitamin D, high risk groups need more – Sept 2013
  44. Response to Vitamin D: summary chart of 8 studies – March 2013
  45. The folly of a single RDA for vitamin D - Jan 2011
  46. Upper Limit 2000 IU - July 2010
  47. 1000 IU should be the new vitamin D RDA (if you think 20 ng is enough) - May 2017
  48. 1700 IU daily average restored HIV vitamin D levels (50000 monthly) – Aug 2012
  49. 2,000 IU Vitamin D if healthy. More if overweight or elderly - Dr. Greger April 2019
  50. 2000 IU daily dose of vitamin D would save Germany 37 billion euros – Aug 2010

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