Prescription strength. Ideal for patients with blood serum levels less than 30.
Vitamin D is a nutrient and hormone that our bodies produce. As a fat-soluble vitamin, it has been shown to help the body absorb and retain calcium and phosphorus.
For the majority of the population, a daily intake of 400-800IU of vitamin D is adequate. Even on the high end, this would only equal about 5,000IU weekly. However, research has shown that some patients who are vitamin D deficient may need up to 50,000IU weekly to reach optimal ranges.