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  • +3 votes

    As good as this deal is IMHO anything below 5,000IU is a waste of time and you won't notice a difference.
    Ebay has a large selection of 5,000-10,000IU Vitamin D tablets and they make a huge difference come winter. (i take around 15,000iu a day)

    • +3 votes

      15,000IU daily? dude no .. take one 1000 IU tablet with a fatty meal twice daily..

      • +2 votes

        Now ask them if they ever get sick.

        2kIU /day might be sufficient, it just depends on the person and what their current levels are.

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        Whatever works for you.
        I've been doing it for 6 years now during winter and have had zero side effects.
        Vitamin D level is constantly in the healthy range.

        I just notice a significant mood difference when i take 10,000iu+

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          Vitamin D is fantastic… i noticed a mood change when I started taking it a few years ago. I no longer get the "winter blues". It also helped me lose weight, I no longer crave fatty foods. I suspect we're craving specific foods in search for nutrients that are no longer present in modern foods. Mushrooms are grown indoors under artificial light, so they're missing out on UV-B(essential for the creation of Vit D), salmon are fed grain and not zooplankton etc etc.

          • +1 vote

            @knackers: This theory is easily debunked by the fact we crave shit like sugar and fat and hardly ever crave vegetables and other healthy foods.

            I can guarantee the soft serve ice cream I crave is not because I'm lacking ice-cream nutrients.

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              @DingoBilly: I can't even justify a response for this. Correlation doesn't mean the metaphor works.

              Just because im craving heroin doesn't mean I need heroin nutrients. Before you say drugs aren't a good comparison to what you mentioned I think you can Google how sugar is as addictive as drugs.

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              @DingoBilly: For most of human history nearly ALL of our sugar intake was derived from fruit and vegetables. Somewhere in our evolution we lost the ability to synthesize Vitamin C, so our connection to sweet food became inseparably linked.
              Are there other reasons why animals crave sweet food? yes, of course, energy. Energy deficiency is not why we're eating tubs of ice cream. Energy deficiency is not why we're in the middle of an obesity epidemic.
              The caloric value of a sugar compound has not changed, what has changed is the package around the sugar molecule. We have gone from fructose wrapped in fibre/nutrients to sucrose wrapped in more sucrose. We're seeking nutrients in nutrient-deficient foods and it's killing us.

              • -1 vote

                @knackers: this is pseudoscience btw

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                    @knackers:

                    Why humans are able to taste acids and even prefer sourness has been debated. Sour stimuli are not of great nutritional value, with the exception of vitamin C. This is an important exception, however, as, unlike most mammals, monkeys and apes cannot synthesize vitamin C due to the loss of a functional gluconolactone oxidase gene [63]. The common ancestor of the anthropoids that lost this enzyme must have had sufficiently high ascorbic acid intake from fruits and other plants that the enzyme became dispensable. Presumably, sour taste was necessary as a guide to vitamin C rich fruits. The mixture of acids with sugars also can enable the identification of fruit ripeness via sweet and sour taste combinations. From this perspective, acids were not stimuli which we evolved to respond to alone, but rather we experienced them in the context of fruit sugars. Thus, sweet and sour tastes are perceived as synergistic in fruit flavors [64].

                    Not only is this section completely speculative and the author doesn't even present it as factual, but it's referring to acidity moreso than sweetness to try and theorise why we can taste and enjoy sourness in regards to nuritrion.

                    If this is the only study that you based your original comment on you've misconstrued and reached a false conclusion and presented it as fact, so pseudoscience.

                    You've gone from 'a section that speculates on why we like acidity' to 'vitamin c originally equaled sweetness' to 'we like sweetness and sugar because we needed vitamin c'. Even though the article linked acknowledges vit c as sour and connects it as "sweet and sour" in regards to fruit. From this you somehow conclude that we like sweet food and sugar because we need vitamin c.

                    • -1 vote

                      @tetra: fail… drop the ego and try again

    • +3 votes

      Not sure who thumbed you down, mostly solid advice. People need to check their d levels via their doctor though.

      Also consider reading this for what your levels should be
      https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28768407/

      Iherb has really inexpensive d3 supplements, orders arrive in about 10 days. Also consider taking d3 with K2, I would say 5kIU would be a good starting point if levels are low.

    • +4 votes

      I would consider 15k an emergency dose, if your levels are seriously low this is a good idea for maybe 3-5 days, after that you should take 2-3k a day, the half life of vitamin d is about 15 days. For a long term use of vitamin d supplements i would never go above 5k.

      Daily Use and Overdose

      If you are taking a vitamin D supplement every day, it can take up to one month for your vitamin D levels in your blood to reach a steady level. If you are concerned that you are taking too much vitamin D, talk to your doctor. Excessive vitamin D supplementation can cause weight loss, abnormal heart rhythms and increased urination. It can also cause an increase in calcium levels, which can damage your heart, kidneys and blood vessels.

    • +2 votes

      Considering an hour in the summer sun can generate 15,000IU-20,000IU through skin expose then 1,000IU is rather paltry by comparison.

      40,000IU of D3 translates to a mere ONE milligram - one thousandth of a gram.

  • +1 vote

    GRAS (generally recommended as safe) upper limit is low, like 4000 or 5000iu, as some people recognise side effects just from 5,000iu twice a day… On the other hand, up to 20,000 a day has been shown in one study to result in serum level (how much is circulating in your blood) staying below the toxic threshold.

  • +1 vote

    Apparently 50,000 IU of D3 with 100mcg Vitamin K2 daily can increase penis length by as much as surgery..not that I'm suggesting anybody try it. Source: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322071346_Enhanced_...

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      You know where I can get the vitamin D dose combined with a vacuum pump? Seems like the go!

      • +2 votes

        I believe iHerb will have that dosage. Not sure about the vacuum pump, probably eBay etc. Or you can just get married and you won't have need for a penis anymore :)

        • +1 vote

          Lol bro I don’t even wanna know what shit you were googling to find this. I read the study, for a friend of course haha, and the study size of only 14 males is too small to be statistically significant. It also mentions some measurements were provided by participant photos so room for inaccuracies there too. And then the fact that most males in the study already had bigger than average dongs… sigh back to pump… for the friend that is :P

  • +2 votes

    Good price but you can get 10000iu at iHerb for similar price which are 10 times the potency in 1 tablet

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    Great insight from all above :) Thank you.

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    I purchased Wagner D3 last week from Chemist Warehouse 500 tablets for $12.00 (half price) which is a bit better than this deal, but they’ve gone back up to $24.00 now.
    There always seems to be one of the brands on sale at any given time.