Thank you for the thank you! LOL You really have to check frequently. You see, they are discoverying that the daily requirement of vitamin D is actually low. I read an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) about two years ago and they were suggesting that people need 1,000 IU a day. I talked to my doctor about it and he checked my vitamin level and it was low! So I've been taking a lot of D.
I also take calcium supplements with D. I checked them last month and they raised the amount of vitamin D, also! So, I added what I was getting in my multiple vitamin and in my calcium and then added the vitamin D supplement to reach the amount he wants me to take. Read labels occasionally. They can sneak this stuff up on you! LOL
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