It seems like once a week I’m asked the same question. “So Casey, how much vitamin D should I be taking? Can I take too much? After all, you sell multiple doses.” Well, this is true, we do sell multiple doses and also in different forms. So let me give you a little insight on Vitamin D.
First of all, Vitamin D is arguably the most important vitamin. 400 International Units (IU) is the recommended daily allowance according to the FDA but that number is really outdated.
Here is a write up from Roger Mason, a friend of Supplement Spot.
Whatever condition and disease you study, vitamin D keeps coming up as a major factor. Vitamin D is the most important and deficient vitamin of all. Vitamin D is the most important vitamin in prostate and breast disease, for example. Prostate and breast cancer are identical in causes and cures. All American men will have cancer cells in their prostate if they live past 60. One in eight American women will get breast cancer. Vitamin D is the most important vitamin for bone and joint