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In some severe cases of deficiency, doctors prescribe around 50,000 International Units of D2 per week.
Doses of 400 international units per day or lower did not reduce the risk of either fracture type.
The daily dose in the study was 400 international units of alpha-tocopherol vitamin E, the form most active in people.
A Harvard study reported that intake of 300 international units of Vitamin E "restored good vascular function in heart patients in a month.
Rosenfeld noted that a study of 29,000 male smokers who took only 50 international units of Vitamin E daily "had a 32 percent lower incidence of prostate cancer.
If they depend on food only for vitamin D, women would have to eat foods with at least 200 international units a day to get a reduction in breast cancer risk,'' she said.
The Daily Value for vitamin D is 400 International Units (IU).
Total quantity or scope: Number of international units of factor VIII osoczopochodnego or recombinant coagulation factor VIII minimum Generation (item 1) 101 368 800
In the United States, the average, daily intake of vitamin A through food--especially fish, eggs, and meat--is roughly 2,600 international units (I.
The Cornell report also noted an eight-year study of almost 90,000 healthy women, the Nurses' Health Study, that found those with the highest Vitamin E intake had a 40 percent lower risk of heart disease than those with the lowest intake, only about 3 international units daily.
Number of international units of recombinant coagulation factor IX at least second generation (item 2) 2 055 000

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