You can’t get too much vitamin D from the sun. Your body simply stops making more.

How Much Is Too Much Vitamin D?

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Some researchers sug­gest tak­ing far more vit­a­min D than the 600 IU dai­ly guide­line for healthy adults. But too much be dan­ger­ous. Very high dos­es of vit­a­min D can raise your blood cal­ci­um lev­el, caus­ing dam­age to blood ves­sels, heart, and kid­neys. The Insti­tute of Med­i­cine sets the upper tol­er­a­ble lim­it at 4,000 IU of vit­a­min D per day. You can’t get too much vit­a­min D from the sun. Your body sim­ply stops mak­ing more.

Inter­est­ing arti­cle to read since we live in Cyprus.

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