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

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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