Vitamin D Level of ZERO

by Imi
(UK)

I'm a 32 yr old female in the UK. I've experienced many years of tiredness, aches, pains and hair loss -but i plodded on thinking that it was life in general. But it's been getting worse over last few years so I went to my doctor last week.


He tested my vitamin D level and it's ZERO. Yes, my vitamin d level is ZERO!

My doctor was mortified and I was given a vitamin d injection and put on tablets. Has anyone else had a level of ZERO and how can one continue with a vitamin D level of ZERO???

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How much were you given..
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Imi,

While that might be surprising to your doctor, I'm not shocked at all. In the last decade, where have you actually taken in any vitamin d? I'll bet that you probably can't think of any time that you've got sun exposure without slathering on sunscreen and putting on tons of clothes to protect your skin. And unless you consistently eat wild salmon or herring, there are almost no significant food sources of vitamin d.

So, I ask all my clients in your position, "Why would you NOT think that you would have a vitamin d level of zero? Where are you getting ANY vitamin d into your body?"

I'm curious how much vitamin d your doctor is giving you, because it's probably some insignificant amount that is not going to raise your level up (even despite the shot, which you don't need and are FAR better off taking pills anyway). And did he give you Vitamin D3?

And are you taking magnesium supplements with your Vitamin as I outline on my Magnesium and Vitamin D page? What about taking Vitamin A and Vitamin K too? Without these 'cofactors', it's VERY likely that your high dose vitamin D therapy is going to cause you some severe side effects that you are going to think are the result of the vitamin d, but which will actually be a result of a bunch of other nutrient deficiencies that you already have and that are just being 'brought out' because those nutrients are required in order to convert vitamin d into it's active form in the blood.



Kerri Knox RN

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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Zero VitD
by: Nancy

I also have been diagnosed with vitamin D level of 0. no one told me that this could possibly be why I have been so tired and achy and coming down with everything that the kids bring by me.

I am a melanoma survivor. I am 30 years post chemo and surgery. I do my utmost best to stay out of the Sun. my doctor prescribed vitamin d2 capsules 50 thousand iu, once a week.I have degenerating bones, severe back pain,and believe me. This 65 year old has several other problems.

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