Why I can’t tolerate vitamin D3?


Hello guys, I have question. Anyone know why I can’t tolerate vitamin D3?

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Mia 4 years 46 Answers 1359 views 0

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  1. Hyperparathyroidism possibly

  2. MJ Hamp, I'm aware of that site thank you. I was more wanting to be able to share some research on the reinterpreting of the test results both integrated and mainstream Drs use. Our own biomedical Dr has asked me to obtain this information for him if I can,, he's very interested. He's a great Dr, has much knowledge and is very open to more research and those findings. I've shared Morelys page with him, which he finds very interesting. He'd like research materials to read himself,, he's a very big supporter of magnesium and all it's health benefits , almost all his patients use some form of it & he does all the tests Teresa and Morley suggest. It's part of his testing procedures, just the re – interpreting of those findings is what's confusing? Can anyone please explain how or where that came from or about. Thanks kindly. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Okay thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ I thought those of you here who follow this group may of known to.. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Kim…as they say…"the proof is in the pudding" ๐Ÿ™‚ Besides that…Morley is always posting research articles. Some of us do not choose to wait another 20 years for massive research studies to be done involving thousands of people all around the world…that takes a billion dollars and many years…. and most of those studies will NEVER be done since they will not be funded by the pharmaceutical companies. For people who have illnesses such as heart problems, strokes, schizophrenia, thyroid problems, arthritis, etc. etc….we are willing to be open minded and try something that is safe and makes sense to us…even if the doctors are not always fully on board because the FDA has not offically approved it and it is not the normal "standard of care." Medical theory changes all the time and sometimes the studies that are used are faulty studies, such as the ones that told us that margarine and corn oil are better than butter, or that statins are good for almost everyone…notice how they keep lowering the standards for recommending statins? It used to be that you didn't need them unless your systolic blood pressure was over 160, then they lowered it to 140…and now they give it to almost everyone even if they have normal blood pressure, but have diabetes…sheesh…

  5. Yes I didn't mean it like that either, it's hard writing it to sound how I want it to read, it's questioned in a very positive light, he was wondering if this was based on researched studies already? The re interpretation of results are what we are asking about, not questioning any of the magnesium information or making any comparisons from integrated to mainstream, our Biomed Dr is an amazing gift of a Dr to all his patients, is highly & very widely respected, and in a conversation regarding this as I've been following Morley for sometime & Teresa has been a gem of support to my family, my Dr asked me to ask,, I couldn't answer his questions regarding the way it's re interpreted as I didn't know if it had already been studied,, I don't know how to explain the why or how so he asked me for the research and then he'd be able to answer that further. He's always learning himself and always seeking ways to help his patients. He works with us, listens to us and deeply cares about all of us. We're all very lucky to have such a beautiful caring Dr. He's one of Australia's finest Drs.

  6. Kim Gaunt, which test are you referring to specifically being reinterpreted? The higher RBC levels of Mangesium that Morley recommends?

  7. or the interpretation of the HTMA?

  8. Hi Valerie, yes both actually. ๐Ÿ™‚ You get the results back from the labs stating their findings but then both Teresa & Morley both know how to reinterpret those findings which give them a different result to what's actually printed on the HTMA or the results change once you have the RBC mag, RBC zinc, ceroplasmin and the full D Studies., we don't understand how to do that or where it comes from, how and why it's reinterpreted? Why the results aren't correct as they are? I think Teresa will know what I mean. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. & I best opologise to Mia for all my questions here now to. They kind of led on from an earlier post. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. I know that Rick Malter has a written a book about how to understand a HTMA…and I'm guessing that Morley and Rick Malter probably use the same methods..or close to it..

  11. That would be great, can we buy it do you know? Teresa has mentioned him before actually.

  12. I know that the recommended RBC Magnesium range was higher in the past, I think the range was about 5-7 and then I think it was in 1962 that it was lowered down to about 4.0-6.4.

  13. Kim Gaunt – now I understand what you're after…. thanks.

  14. so, now if you are 4.8 like my husband, it is now considered by the traditional medical community as being within "normal range"..but in the early 60s, it would have been considered very low…

  15. Morley usually tells magpies to get their doctor to call him (many don't) I'm sure someone has his number you may even find it in the files.

  16. I have trouble tolerating most vitamins. The first one I've ever tolerated I'm still taking….doTerra essential oil infused vitamins

  17. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ I will take a read, I've kept trying to find out as it's really important to me to understand all this further to help my family and keep up with all these findings. My Dr is amazing and also wants to know,,, he keeps telling me many mothers have found cures for their children, healed them, all because they never gave up when all the odds were against them, including all the research to prove findings! He stated that I keep trying to find our answers and we will get them. ๐Ÿ™‚ he's very supportive.
    I'd be happy to forward Morleys number to my Dr, as so many of us who follow Morley also go to our Dr. ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. Morley's number in the USA 1- 847-922-8061 Skype may be an easier option.

  19. Kim, I have a son with schizophrenia who has been sick since he was 18. He just turned 32. It was just two years ago that he finally made an amazing turn for the better and is now able to lead a fairly normal life again, after so many years of absolute hell. I never gave up. And, I have had a couple of doctors tell me that if it was not for me and for my persistence, my son would NOT be where he is today. And, I can assure you that I spend MANY hours pouring over the latest research studies, but many of them are still just at the very beginning stages and have not had massive studies done with thousands of people. I dont have time to wait for those massive studies and their "proof." So, I go back to the basics..Dr. Abram Hoffer, Dr. Carl Pfeiffer and orthomolecular medicine. Those doctors have done MUCH research that has been ignored and even smeared by the medical community. I know there are answers, but sometimes, it is just up to us moms to find them, because the mainstream doctors just have no clue.

  20. I will copy this down thank you so much. ๐Ÿ™‚ MJ do you know, will Morley Skype with the Dr?

  21. We are very blessed to have found our Dr, he is integrated, he's completely into nutritional health, he gets some of the sickest patients from here and o's! Is very sought after. I know there will be no other like him already. He really supports those of us learning and researching our hearts out,, he holds seminars to aid us and recommends all the right materials to help further our own medical learnings. Our apts are very much about our current health concerns and how to prevent disease. He shares everything he knows with us. Pretty lucky! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  22. Kim Gaunt – yes, Morley will Skype with the doc, too.

  23. Thanks very much for helping with all this information, I really appreciate it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. I have told you before about the RBC magnesium test and how Morley's interpretation differ from the lab ranges and also have extended the invitation for Dr. R to Skype or phone Morley. I really do hope he follows through with it.

  25. Have you got a VDR gene mutation?

  26. MJ Hamp, thank you for the link!! I had read about the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine,..but had never actually seen it before; this is great!

  27. Glad to share it with a kindred spirit ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Yes yes , We know about all about the RBC magnesium etc testing, you know he tests this way to. It's the re interpretation of those results that we are wanting to learn about, if Morley can explain that to us that will be great. ๐Ÿ™‚

  29. Just bought the book, so hopefully this will give more insight now.

  30. What ever happened to my original question ?

  31. D3 [esp Synthetic] is not a popular visitor to this site Mia. maybe you're considered naturally lucky in that respect ๐Ÿ˜‰ . I personally see my D needs being met by Cod Liver Oil with the useful Vit A on board- but even there, a lot of discussion as to how natural the processed D might be.bbbb Ibt may be helpful for you to check the files here on thisbbbbb.b

  32. Thank you Trevor!

  33. If you increase your magnesium, you probably won't need to take Vit.D3. D3 is a hormone. I can't take it sometimes because it makes me extremely moody.

  34. Low ferritin ?

  35. Ferritin is good. I was low in Magnesium because my last doctor told me I didn't need it. I'm now taking mag glycinate 400 mg. I'm thinking I should increase it.

  36. The weird thing is I never had problems taking D3 until I started taking Naturethroid.

  37. David MacPhail had terrible heart problems from taking D3.

  38. Mia Robin what problems are you having
    With nature throid? I take it too.

  39. I know this post is old….
    Was looking to see if anyone else had this same issue. Any time I take D3 I get terrible chest pains that send me straight into frightening panic attacks. I use magnesium lotion on bottoms of feet at night.
    My Dr said I will always need a D supplement but I cannot handle how it makes me feel.
    Any suggestions?

  40. Have you had the active d tested? RBC magnesium and ionised serum calcium?

  41. You can get natural D from food based capsules in RDA amounts. Slower & not cheap_ but better than D2 or D3, imv!

  42. Trevor Gillett they aren't recommended because they do not have vitamin A (retinol) as found in cod liver oil.

  43. I'm new to all this. I just know my Dr did the standard D blood test and the first one was 17 and the next was 30 (after taking D3 for 2 months).

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