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Vitamin D and Calcium

Vitamin D, as well as calcium, is essential to preventing osteoporosis and may reduce other health risks such as diabetes and immune system disorders. While exposure to sunlight provides vitamin D, Canadians are at risk of seasonal vitamin D deficiency. Milk fortified with vitamin D3 contains 100 IUs per 250 ml glass. Foods such as margarine, eggs, chicken livers, salmon, sardines, herring, mackerel, swordfish and fish oils (halibut and cod liver oils) all contain small amounts. Supplementation is necessary to obtain adequate levels as dietary intake has minimal impact. Most multivitamins provide 400 IUs of vitamin D3. Some calcium supplements also contain vitamin D3.

How much vitamin D do we need?

Age group

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) per day

Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) per day

Infants 0-6 months

400 IU (10 mcg) *

1000 IU (25 mcg)

Infants 7-12 months

400 IU (10 mcg) *

1500 IU (38 mcg)

Children 1-3 years

600 IU (15 mcg)

2500 IU (63 mcg)

Children 4-8 years

600 IU (15 mcg)

3000 IU (75 mcg)

Children and Adults 9-70 years

600 IU (15 mcg)

4000 IU (100 mcg)

Adults > 70 years

800 IU (20 mcg)

4000 IU (100 mcg)

Pregnancy & Lactation

600 IU (15 mcg)

4000 IU (100 mcg)

*Adequate Intake rather than Recommended Dietary Allowance.    

 

How much calcium do we need?

Age group

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) per day

Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) per day

Infants 0-6 months

200 mg *

1000 mg

Infants 7-12 months

260 mg *

1500 mg

Children 1-3 years

700 mg

2500 mg

Children 4-8 years

1000 mg

2500 mg

Children 9-18 years

1300 mg

3000 mg

Adults 19-50 years

1000 mg

2500 mg

Adults 51-70 years
Men
Women



1000 mg
1200 mg



2000 mg
2000 mg

Adults > 70 years

1200 mg

2000 mg

Pregnancy & Lactation
14-18 years
19-50 years

1300 mg
1000 mg

3000 mg
2500 mg

*Adequate Intake rather than Recommended Dietary Allowance.

 

 

Learn more at:

Osteoporosis Canada

http://www.osteoporosis.ca/index.php/ci_id/5535/la_id/1.htm

Your guide to strong bone

http://www.osteoporosis.ca/multimedia/pdf/publications/OC_Guide_To_Strong_Bones_ENG.pdf


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