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Calcirol - Liquid Vitamin D3

Discussion in 'IdeaLabs' started by haidut, Dec 10, 2017.

  1. raypeatclips

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    Okay, thanks for the info. Any other absorption enhancers in the works?
     
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    Possibly, but nothing confirmed yet.
     
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    The point about infections causing low 25-OH-D and high 1,25-OH-D is probably accurate. As I mentioned many times before, testing 25-OH is probably inadequate to draw conclusions about vitamin D status. It should always be tested with 1,25-OH, PTH, calcium, phosphorus and maybe even WBC, CRP, and ESR.
     
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    "Rickets is often cited as proof of the need for vitamin D supplementation. However, a review of the metabolic processes involved provides some prospective. Adequate vitamin D is essential to prevent rickets, but adequate calcium is equally important; if either calcium or vitamin D is deficient, bone health suffers. Hypophosphatemia is the common denominator of all rickets; low calcium intake leads to hyperparathyroidism, which leads to high phosphorus excretion and, thus, phosphorus deficiency [44]."

    The person might feel a relief from increase in phosphate and decrease in calcium at first, but what's needed is the opposite and working the way up with the slowlies.
     
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    You're one of the very few people I've seen who learns so much from himself.
     
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    I was wondering where you got the 30% topical absorption rate from? I didn't see the studies in the first page of the post? With calcirol released for nearly 6 months now, do you have any theories on what % absorption rate calcirol could be?
     
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    Lol, me or Amazoniac?
     
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    I meant what Peat said when asked about topical absorption of fat-soluble vitamins dissolved in oil. He said he does not know exactly but thinks 25%-30% is about right. The studies with steroids and the SFA ester we use show up to 90% absorption of some steroids and since vitamin D is also a steroid (secosteroid) I was guessing it would have similar absorption profile or at the very least higher than 30%.
    Don't have many lab reports from people but the few that I did get showed vitamin D3 jumping from the low 20s to mid 40s from 5-6 drops daily for a few weeks.
     
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    I was joking with the fact that He quotes himself a lot.
     
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