Hi everyone I have got some vitamin D3 in a liquid form I'm just trying to workout what is the ideal amount to take for someone with chronic hep b its says for evey 0.5ml there is62.5 ug (its not actually a "u" looks like a "y" the wrong way around. I currently take Magnesium and calcium aswell. No probs with that but I have bought some liquid zinc can anyone give me a good idea how much is good for someone with hep B.
there is no amount because everyone has vitamin d pathways hijacked by hbv, vitamin d resistance, different vdr and different nagalase levels and so someone might need 50.000iu per day (like me time ago) or 10.000iu daily to make serum levels to 80-100ng/ml or even to reach low normal levels at 40-50ng/ml
this has been posted thousand times, just browse the old vitamin d/nagalase posts
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