I used the Nature Made 5000IU. I took 2 per day for about 3 months and had my blood tested. It was only 49, within "normal range," but well short of the 250 I was shooting for. So I don't think the 5000IU is accurate at all. Hopefully someone knows of a supplement that is as potent as advertised because the trial and error approach takes too long.
52 ng/ml which is about 130 nmol/L
jimmylegs wrote:mavis if your zinc is low, as is common in ms, it is harder to absorb d3. do you supplement zinc at all?
did you see this? an earlier post i expanded a bit today
jimmylegs wrote:hey there, your zinc could stand to go up to 18umol/L (you did not mean nmol for zinc i assume?), and you will feel better if you can get your magnesium up above .90.
1eye wrote:52 ng/ml which is about 130 nmol/L
maybe you could point out a good link for this type of conversion?
Who knows the molecular weight of all these things?
jimmylegs wrote:no worries!
aside: it's actually me cheating, to write micro or 'mu' mol as 'umol' when it is really a small greek m (mu) which looks like this: μ
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