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Is 1000 Iu Vitamin d the same as vitamin d 1000 mg?

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Is a 1000 IU Vitamin D the same as 1000 mg of Vitamin D

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i take 50000 units vitamin d how many mgs is that

I'm not sure the formula, but 2500 IU of Vitamin A = 750 micrograms

The international unit varies according to the substance. An IU is the amount of something that is needed to produce an effect which has been agreed upon as a standard. So, 1000 IU of Vitamin D has a different mass than 1000 IU of Vitamin C.

1 IU vitamin A Palmitate = 0.55 mcg Ex: 100 IU vitamin A Palmitate = 55 mcg ie multiply the IU by 0.55

1 mcg vitamin D (cholecalciferol) = 40 IU Let&acute;s say you have 300 IU of vitamin D: 300 / 40 = 7,5 mcg vit. D Then you would have to convert 7,5 mcg to mg: 7,5 / 1000 = 0,0075 mg vitamin D.

1000 IU = 25 micrograms 4000 IU = 100 micrograms This is the same as 0.1 milligrams However, vitamin D is usually expressed in micrograms, not milligrams. For example, the European Recommended Daily Allowance is 5 micrograms

10,000 IU of vitamin A is equivalent to 3,000 mcg.

Vitamin D angis enten i IE/IU eller mikrogram. Mikrogram er en mindre m&aring;leenhet enn milligram. 1 milligram inneholder 1000 mikrogram.Vitamin D : 400 IE (IU) = 10 mcg (mikrogram)

3500 IU is equal to 1050 mcg (microgram) retinol (Vitamin A)

Recalculate it from the IU-definition for VitA, but be sure the difference betweenretinol (C20H30O) and &beta;-carotene (C40H56), both can be taken to be Vitamin A!By definition for Vitamin A:1 IU vitamin A is the biological equivalent of 0.3 &mu;g retinol, or of 0.6 &mu;g &beta;-caroteneExamples:6 &mu;g of dietary &beta;-carotene is equivalent to 3&#8531; IU of vitamin A and is equivalent to 3&#8531; IU of vitamin A.This same amount also supplies the equivalent of 1 &mu;g of retinol (or 1 RE =Retinol Equivalent) and is also equivalent to 3&#8531; IU of vitamin A.So 5000 IU is 1500 &mu;g retinol or 3000 &mu;g &beta;-carotene

1000 IU Vitamin D = 25 mcg Vitamin D = 0.025 mg Vitmain D. to convert IU of vitamin D divide by 40 to get mcg, divide by 40,000 to get mg. The minimum daily requirements for vitamin D have been markedly increased recently, and there is great confusion since the commercial products are still labeled as IU (International Units) while the research papers are stated in units of ug (micrograms) and mg. I spotted many unanswered questions regarding this conversion factor. *I need conversion to/from a measure that looks like ug, where the u has a tail like a lower case p. Is this the same as IU or what? How much is 100 u(plustail)g Vitamin D?

No. 2,000 IU is a very modest dose - which can be taken daily. However, vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, and should not be taken in excess.

The serving size for this is 2 softgels, which contain 10 calories, 1gram of fat, 5000 IU of vitamin A. It also contains 100mg of Vitamin C, 400 IU of vitamin D, 60 IU of Vitamin E and 10 Mcg of Vitamin K.&Ecirc;

Daily amounts of vitamins and minerals The recommended amount of vitamin Vitamin A 5000 IU Vitamin C 60 mg Vitamin D 400 IU / 10 mcg Vitamin E 30 IU Thiamine / Vitamin B1 1.5 mg Riboflavin / Vitamin B2 1.7 mg Niacin / Vitamin B3 20 mg Albantotini acid / vitamin B5 10 mg Pyridoxine / vitamin B6 2 mg Folic acid / folate / vitamin B9 0.4 mg / 400 mg Cobalamin / vitamin B12 6 mcg Biotin 0.3 mg The recommended amount of metal Calcium 1000 mg / 1 g Copper 2 mg Iodine 150 mcg 18 mg iron 400 mg magnesium 1000 mg phosphorus Selenium 70 mcg Zinc 15 mg

Yes, 400 iu of vitamin e a day is perfectly reasonable. Especially if you are active.

CHILDREN:25OO-3300 IU = 500-600 ugADULT MALES:5000 IU =1000 ugADULT FEMALES:4000 IU = 800 ug

IU is not a unit of mass, but a measure for biological activity. The mass of 1 IU is different for every substance. 1 IU of vitamin A is 0.3 micrograms 1 IU of vitamin B is 50 micrograms.

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