Vitamin Overdose

Vitamin E (Tocopherol) Signs of Deficiency, Overdose, Toxicity

Signs of Vitamin E (Tocopherol) Deficiency   Vitamin E (Tocopherol) is a nutrient that is abundantly available in foods that are widely available and consumed, including oils and grains. This prevalence of dietary…

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Signs of Deficiency, Overdose, Toxicity

Signs of Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Deficiency   Because many flours used for bread, cereals, and other grain products are fortified with niacin, vitamin B3 deficiencies are rarely seen in developed countries. In…

Answers to Vitamin D Overdose Misconceptions

Fears of a vitamin D overdose are unwarranted, is the message from Dr John Jacob Cannell, at the Vitamin D Council. He explains this position in a noteworthy article on Vitamin D…

A Vitamin C Overdose is Generally Considered Safe

Vitamin C overdose is generally not a problem our modern culture experiences. Deficiency is the greater trouble in our day. Here’s why. Vitamin C is a very complex and important vitamin. The…

Is a Vitamin B12 Overdose Safe?

A vitamin B12 overdose has long been considered safe and non-toxic. When B12 is taken as an oral dose, all of the B12 that cannot be absorbed is eliminated through the colon.…

Vitamin A Overdose

Vitamin A overdose can occur when doses are taken in excess of 660,000 IU (200 mg of retinol equivalents) for adults and 330,000 IU (100 mg of retinol equivalents) for children. These…

3 Reasons Why a Vitamin Overdose is Bad for You

Have you ever taken a vitamin overdose? You may have been trying to ward off a cold by taking a vitamin C overdose or you may even have thought you were suffering…