Daily Vitamin D Requirements excerpt from Contact Report #623 / FIGU INFO / Free Download
Billy Eduard Albert Meier / FIGU Switzerland
Daily Vitamin D Requirements / Excerpt from Contact Report #623 / May 24, 2015
Billy: You are already waiting and apparently read the article I announced to you via Florena and printed it out and put it down for you. But be welcome, Ptaah, my friend, and greetings too.
1. Greetings to you too, dear friend Eduard.
2. Florena has informed me about this interesting article which I have just finished reading and which I can only endorse.
3. I would like to ask you to include him in our discussion report, because the whole thing is important.
4. I don't want to deal with such topics in official conversations in the future, but this time I still want to do so if you have any questions.
5. As far as the annex to the article is concerned, I do not think it is good, which is why it should not be mentioned.
Billy: I still have questions, of course. But I don't like the appendix article either. I also don't know who the author is, and I don't have permission to re-publish it. But this article here, let's see what you think, because you've read it.
Daily requirement for vitamin D: A miscalculation
It was a miscalculation. A statistical one. The result is that the officially recommended daily dose of vitamin D is ridiculously low – and has been for decades. He also made sure that for as long there was a massive warning against higher vitamin D doses. This means that for many years people have been deprived of the vitamin D dose they would need to be healthy. For years people have been ill or cannot get well – because of a miscalculation. No more tiny doses of vitamin D!
Many people suffer from vitamin D deficiency. And vitamin D deficiency is responsible for numerous diseases and complaints.
Nevertheless, the officially stated daily doses of vitamin D were (and still are) surprisingly low – much too low, as vitamin D experts have repeatedly pointed out unheard. The IOM (Institute of Medicine – consulting scientists of the US government) recommends a daily dose of 600 IU (15 µg) vitamin D up to the age of 70 years. For older people, 800 IU (20 µg) per day is recommended.
The Swiss, German and Austrian Societies for Nutrition report a daily requirement of 800 IU for all adults (including pregnant women, nursing mothers and older people) (until a few years ago, it was only 200 IU, which was quadrupled without further ado in 2012).
If you want to take higher doses – i.e. doses that would actually be necessary and healthy – you have to have your doctor prescribe them or order them abroad. They are not available here as an over-the-counter dietary supplement. Where would we go if everyone could just buy something like this that would help them stay healthy or become healthy?Freely available vitamin D preparations must be underdosed. Freely available vitamin D preparations may therefore only contain the smallest vitamin D doses. They are so minimal that they hardly have any effect. Doses that show an effect – it is said – would then already be a drug....[article continues with this link]