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Can u be allergic 2 vitamina B12 like breaklng out n a rasgo?

Can u be allergic 2 vitamina  B12 like breaklng  out n a rasgo?

Possibly: People occasionally develop allergies to certain brands of vitamin supplements. It is not likely to develop an allergy to vitamin B12 itself. ...Read more

Dr. Lourdes Margarita Landron-Garcia
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Vitamin A (Definition)

Vitamin A helps form and maintain healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucous membranes, and skin. It is also known as retinol because it produces the pigments in the retina of the eye. Vitamin A promotes good vision, especially in low light. It may also be needed ...Read more


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Can you overdose on vitamin a or d?

Can you overdose on vitamin a or d?

Can be toxic: Fat soluble vitamins can be toxic when overdosed. That includes a, e, d, and k. Overdose can cause problems with skin, hair, bones, liver function, and blood pressure in the brain. Hair can fall out, headaches can occur, and if pregnant, toxicity can case birth defects in the infant. Be very carefully with all fat soluble vitamins. If you have concerns about your levels, talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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Can too much of vitamin a and d be bad for you?

Can too much of vitamin a and d be bad for you?

Yes: Water-soluble vitamins (b, c) being water soluble are easily eliminated from the body if excess is consumed. Fat-soluble vitamins (d, a, k, e) aren't as quickly eliminated from the body, but rather are stored in fat tissues and in various organs throughout the body. So toxicity can occur. See chart. ...Read more

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What effect could taking too much vitamin a and d have on you?

What effect could taking too much vitamin a and d have on you?

Can be toxic: Fat soluble vitamins can be toxic when overdosed. That includes a, e, d, and k. Overdose can cause problems with skin, hair, bones, liver function, and blood pressure in the brain. Hair can fall out, headaches can occur, and if pregnant, toxicity can case birth defects in the infant. Be very carefully with all fat soluble vitamins. If you have concerns about your levels, talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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What are some things that can cause low vitamin a and d levels?

What are some things that can cause low vitamin a and d levels?

Bad diet, indoors: It is rare to have low vitamin a in the usa as even limited diets contain enough of this vitamin to meet the body's needs. Vitamin d however is dependent partially on diet and also on sunlight so low vitamin d is common and it is reasonable to supplement this with 2000-4000 units of d3 per day especially in poorly lit climates like seattle and alaska. ...Read more

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How do they add vitamin A and D to milk?

How do they add vitamin A and D to milk?

Vitamin D2 is: added to milk. It is derived from yeast. D3 is best. Supplementing w/that under the guidance of your doc is best. Peace and good health. D3 is derived from sheep's lanolin. If you take D2 your will need to take more to make up for the fact that it is not D3. Sunlight is the best way to make your own D3. ...Read more

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Is it safe to take vitamin a, d and e at the same time?

Vitamins: Yes, look at the labels of most over the counter multiple vitamins. They contain this combination. Just don't overdo the dose. Fat soluble vitamins can accumulate in and hurt the liver. ...Read more

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What are the proven advantages of taking vitamin a, b, d and zinc?

What are the proven advantages of taking vitamin a, b, d and zinc?

Many: These are essential vitamins that are important for metabolism and overall health. Vitamins a, e , c and zinc are associated with lower risk of macular degeneration. Taking b vitamins lowers your risk of certain types of heart disease and stroke. Be careful about taking hyper doses of vitamins a, e, d and k as these fat-soluble vitamins can accumulate in your system. ...Read more