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You should not be mega dosing unless your vitamin D levels are incredibly low and your doctor required you to do so. An average adult should be taking 1,000IU to no more than 5,000IU a day. If you're doing this because you've read articles linking vitamin D to protecting you against a severe case of Covid-19, you should also understand, loading yourself up with vitamin D will not magically boost your levels overnight. It takes time to get to healthy vitamin D levels.
Studies suggest that lower doses of melatonin are more beneficial.
never understood people asking this kind of stuff over what amounts to a trivial amount of intake of non-medicine aspects. like if it wasn't keto friendly, what would the impact be on your overall diet? like is it an allergy thing or are you afraid of 0.001% of your daily intake being non-keto for what concern?

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Consider using liquid melatonin where you can administer 300mcg instead of 3mg
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Consider using liquid melatonin where you can administer 300mcg instead of 3mg
Why? Genuinely curious. Liquid does seem to be much more expensive.
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looking for vitamin D3 in high dosage, 50k-60k IU.
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looking for vitamin D3 in high dosage, 50k-60k IU.
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You should not be mega dosing unless your vitamin D levels are incredibly low and your doctor required you to do so. An average adult should be taking 1,000IU to no more than 5,000IU a day. If you're doing this because you've read articles linking vitamin D to protecting you against a severe case of Covid-19, you should also understand, loading yourself up with vitamin D will not magically boost your levels overnight. It takes time to get to healthy vitamin D levels.
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Why? Genuinely curious. Liquid does seem to be much more expensive.
Generally liquid drugs and vitamins are fast acting vs slow release. That's my guess.
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I bought the soft gels a couple days ago and wasn't home when the package was delivered and by the time I got the package all the gel tablets were melted together. If you buy the soft gels make sure you are there when they are being delivered.
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Why? Genuinely curious. Liquid does seem to be much more expensive.
Studies suggest that lower doses of melatonin are more beneficial.
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You should not be mega dosing unless your vitamin D levels are incredibly low and your doctor required you to do so. An average adult should be taking 1,000IU to no more than 5,000IU a day. If you're doing this because you've read articles linking vitamin D to protecting you against a severe case of Covid-19, you should also understand, loading yourself up with vitamin D will not magically boost your levels overnight. It takes time to get to healthy vitamin D levels.
Have been advised to do it as once a week. unrelated to COVID
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Why? Genuinely curious. Liquid does seem to be much more expensive.
That is true but I'm not sure a price increase of multiple orders of magnitude justifies a faster acting dosage.
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Studies suggest that lower doses of melatonin are more beneficial.
This I didn't know. I'll have to look into it. I've been taking 3 mg of Melatonin for a few years now and it really does make a huge difference in how well I sleep.
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Why? Genuinely curious. Liquid does seem to be much more expensive.
as some others noted, but worth repeating:
(1) absorbs quicker sublingually (but probably the most minor of my points)
(2) because usually liquid drops are 1mg for the dropper, which allows you to more precisely (vs cutting a 1mg pill into thirds or even smaller portions with larger dosages) measure out the optimal 300mcg

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Have been advised to do it as once a week. unrelated to COVID
I do remember having a sever vitamin D deficiency like 7 years ago. The doctor prescribed a 50k IU, but once a week for couple months only. Those are very high and should not be taken without a doctor guidance.

Back to my story, two months on that high dosage and normal OTC daily after that put me back in business. No issues since then
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I do remember having a sever vitamin D deficiency like 7 years ago.
What kind of symptoms were you experiencing when you had severe vitamin D deficiency 7 years ago? Thanks. hug
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