What is the optimal vitamin D level?

The results of the vitamin d rapid test should be interpreted as follows:

0-10 ng/ml — severe deficiency
11-30 ng/ml — deficiency
31-100 ng/ml — optimal supply
> 100 ng/ml — Overdose

Attention: The interpretation of the measured value may differ from this table depending on individual health and physical conditions. If you have any questions about the interpretation of your measured value or your treatment (vitamin D supplementation), please contact your doctor or pharmacist.

Sources:

  1. Bischoff-Ferrari HA (2014) Optimal serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels for multiple health outcomes. In Sunlight, Vitamin D and Skin Cancer (Advances in experimental medicine and biology), Reichrath J (ed) pp 500–25. New York: Springer-Verlag.
  2. Gupta AK, Jamwal V, Sakul & Malhotra P (2014) Hypervitaminosis D and systemic manifestations: A comprehensive review. J. Int. Med. Sci. Acad. 27: 236–237.
  3. Kimball SM, Mirhosseini N & Holick MF (2017) Evaluation of vitamin D3 intakes up to 15,000 international units/day and serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations up to 300 nmol/L on calcium metabolism in a community setting. Dermatoendocrinol. 9: e1300213.

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The kiweno nutrition test brings you clarity: The test gives you information at a glance about the tolerance of over 70 tested foods. We test the compatibility of the specific protein components of foods. Results and further nutritional recommendations help you to find your optimal diet.

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