Can you take too many vitamins? - gut health, nutrition

Vitamins are key to health. True.

We get these vitamins from the foods we eat. Whole foods are the best source of these vitamins.

It is unlikely that a person can get too many vitamins through food. However, it is possible to overdose on vitamins when taken in concentrated amounts in synthetic supplement form.

To address the common question about how we set the dosing for our whole food and natural vitamin products, we follow a science-based approach tailored to the average person's needs under normal circumstances.

Here’s a concise overview:

🔹Our dosages for our vitamin products are based on the latest scientific research and expert guidelines.

🔹Dosing should be product-by-product designed for general health and nutritional needs without resorting to extreme dosing. For those of you looking for help with individual diet and nutrition plans, please consider a Silver Fern™ coach who is a dietitian or nutritionist.

🔹Vitamin doses may vary for specific needs.

For example: Vitamin D is essential for bone health, immune function, and inflammation regulation.

A standard daily dose may range from 600 IUs to 1,000 IUs. Higher doses, such as 50,000 IU per day, may be recommended for short periods under medical supervision for deficiencies or autoimmune issues.

Our vitamin dosing strategy is firmly rooted in scientific evidence, supporting optimal health benefits and safety.

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