Is manganese in vitamins is a contributor to Parkinson's disease?

Rather unlikely. You obviously have learned that manganese miners may have risk of developing parkinson's disease, but should be aware that the amounts of absorption were sky high. Your multivitamin dosing will not even get close. Do not worry.
No. Manganese toxicity can cause symptoms similar to parkinson's but it is distinct from classic parkinson's- see http://www.Mailman.Columbia.Edu/news/news-headlines/manganese-exposure-and-parkinsons-disease the amount in vitamins is not toxic unless one takes much higher-than-recommended doses for a prolonged period.

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What is the ideal dosage of vitamin D3 for a 70+ old woman battling parkinson who has no idea of her vitamin d level?

Not known. Very little is known about vitamin d3 and pd; & what is known suggests that only some might benefit depending on their genes. Vitamin d deficiency should be treated per se. Why are you so hot for untried/unproved remedies? You're not doing your aunt a service with your random unsystematic approach. She'll benefit most from an informed collaborative partnership with her doctor assisted by you. Read more...
Vit d. I note the comment vitd. "untried" tx lead to future meds. There r also no clinical trials to prove that using a parachute when jumping from an airplane is safe when compared to wo, as no one ever vol. To be in that group for a formal study. Pd is like any other condition, good prev med & health maint best;) w adeq diet rec daily for f > menopause 800iu vit d/ day. (not treating, just rec.). Read more...
5000-8000 iu/day. Most adults need 5-8, 000 iu of vit d3 a day to achieve optimal levels. There's evidence vit d may help slow progression of parkinson's for a significant proportion of those with pd & it has other benefits. I advise combining it with 5-10, 000 iu of a and 1000 mcg of vit k as they work together. See http://www.Vitamindcouncil.Org/about-vitamin-d/how-do-i-get-the-vitamin-d-my-body-needs/ & comment:. Read more...

Do you recommended taking some vitamins such as CoQ10, Vitamin E, C, B12, K2, D3, and probiotics and laxatives for constipation in Parkinson? Also is sun exposure dangerous in PD in terms of increasing free radicals in body or is it good for Vit D? Thx

All except laxatives. are fine, though there is not much evidence that vit E is helpful. Except Exercise! That is apparently emerging as one of the most helpful things you can do for PD AND the good news for you is it also helps constipation. You should of course drink LOTS of fluids and eat fruits, veg, and fiber. If you must take a laxative, use a fiber laxative. Good luck! Read more...