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Why do you think your vitamin d is 'low'
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Karen,

So, first of all, I'm not sure why you think that you vitamin D is 'low'. If you take a look at the recommendations on the Vitamin D Levels page, it's nearly perfect. And having 'only' taken 4000 IU's per day, I don't see why you are at all concerned about it.

Then as far as your 1,25 OH D, if you've read my page on 1,25OHD Levels then there is just simply nothing more that I can tell you. You likely have a metabolic or medical and not a nutritional problem that I would be able to help you with.

So, while I can understand your confusion, unfortunately you and your doctor will have to find out the reason why your 1,25 OH D is elevated. I don't have any 'leads' for you where to look because a 1,25OH D is EXTREMELY non-specific. If your doctor thinks that you 'look healthy' and isn't going to pursue a greatly elevated 1,25OHD, it makes me wonder why he asked for the test in the first place!

You may want to ask him that yourself because a doctor needs a reason to spend money on a test, and if he suspects 'something' enough to do a test that is not a 'standard' test, then why, when it comes back abnormal, that he now doesn't feel strongly enough about it to pursue it further? That really does not make any sense to me and you may want to ask him to explain it...


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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