Daily Allowances for Oral Administration of Vitamins

Each vitamin has its' purpose in human body. Taking ample amount of vitamins whether through foods or through supplements. If a person has a balanced diet, it is understood that he is having enough vitamins in his body. 


Among the Vitamins  and recommended oral intake (based on FDA recommended allowances) we should be aware of are the following:

  • Vitamin A  2500 - 5000 IU/ day
  • Vitamin D  100 - 400 IU/day
  • Vitamin E  12 - 15 IU/day
  • Vitamin K  0.7 - 2.0 mg/day
  • Vitamin B1 (thiamine)  0.5 mg/1000 oral calories/day 
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)  1.3 -1.7 mg/day
  • Vitamin B3 (niacin)  14.5 - 19.8 mg/day
  • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)  5 -10 mg/day
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)  1.5 -2.0 mg/day
  • Vitamin B9 (folic acid) 200 - 400 µg/day
  • Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)  2 µg/day
These are just few of the Vitamins and there's a lot more. We are sometimes not familiar with other vitamins like Vitamin B7 and B17. You can click here for vitamin b17. While Vitamin B7 is also known as biotin which is naturally produced by intestinal flora. 

There are other route of administration like intravenously which is only done by healthcare provider and of course with valid prescription.

You might also want to eat foods rich with the said vitamins. Natural is better and more reliable. 
Your doctor knows what's best for you. 

Always consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medication or supplements. It's important to hear professional thoughts rather than relying on your own decision.
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    6 comments:

    1. We love carrots as a snack here at home but not very fond of radishes. We gave it all to the carrots hehehe.

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    2. You said it right, sis. "Natural is better and more reliable."

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    3. So true, natural foods are still a big thing - it's something that is valuable and much more than pills.

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    4. I just read my comments and said "Oh my gosh", I meant to write rabbits as oppose to carrots lol.

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    5. First time I've heard of B17. I learned that it's found in apricot. We don't have much supply of that here, but there are some in the groceries, I'm sure.

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    6. The prettier the colors the better they are for you!

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