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Vitamin A Toxicity

 
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Ricketts has nothing to do with vitamin A it is said to be vitamin D deficiency at least that's what they claim.

This is for synthetic pills you should be okay ingesting natural vitamin A and know if they put either one in your meal kit is not safe it is not natural it is toxic
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Ricketts has nothing to do with vitamin A it is said to be vitamin D deficiency at least that's what they claim.

This is for synthetic pills you should be okay ingesting natural vitamin A and know if they put either one in your meal kit is not safe it is not natural it is toxic
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I have eczema.

It is very easy to become vitamin A toxic, actually.
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What about the way the Sumerians ate? We're always hearing all that paleo drivel about eating like a cave man, but the documented earliest civilization was mostly vegetarian.
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Barley was the main staple of the Sumerian diet, and was used to make barley cakes and barley paste. Sumerians combined barley with other local vegetables, including beans, lentils, chickpeas, mustard and lettuce. Lamb, goat, pork and fish were favorites with city-dwelling Sumerians, but rural farming communities did not eat meat often and lived on a mostly vegetarian diet.

Sumerians mostly lived on barley products and vegetables. These items were often made into soups or enriched bread. Sumerians also enjoyed fruits such as apples, figs, dates and grapes. Sumerians often dried their fruits or preserved them in honey. Honey was a favorite treat and Sumerians added honey to almost all types of food. Goats were prized both for their meat and their milk
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Is this real? Has anyone tried to do a low vitamin A diet?
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Vitamins A and D are not water-soluble, so too much WILL build up in the body, and can cause multiple medical problems, even death.


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02/01/2024 12:12 AM
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rickets is usually caused by lack of vitamin d, calcium, or phosphorous

it's easy to get too much vitamin a if you twke vitamins and supplements as it's a common add on. check labels. also, don't over higher than recommended doses of cod liver oil which has natural vitamin a and d in it.

too much vitamin a can cause very weird bad headaches!
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Is this real? Has anyone tried to do a low vitamin A diet?
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Vitamins A and D are not water-soluble, so too much WILL build up in the body, and can cause multiple medical problems, even death.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812794


What about vitamin E ? I have been taking that everyday since I was 14 and don't think I have had bad side effects and it is not water soluble either.
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you should be okay ingesting natural vitamin A and know if they put either one in your meal kit is not safe it is not natural it is toxic
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uh, no. you can get too much from food, too. e.g., be careful when taking cod liver oil, only take recommended dose as it has natural vitamin a and d.
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It was a moderately low vitamin A diet.
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Is this real? Has anyone tried to do a low vitamin A diet?
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Vitamins A and D are not water-soluble, so too much WILL build up in the body, and can cause multiple medical problems, even death.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812794


What about vitamin E ? I have been taking that everyday since I was 14 and don't think I have had bad side effects and it is not water soluble either.
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Vitamin A builds up in the liver and spills over to the tissues in the form of retinoic acid which is like having chemotherapy in your tissues.
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Is this real? Has anyone tried to do a low vitamin A diet?
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Vitamins A and D are not water-soluble, so too much WILL build up in the body, and can cause multiple medical problems, even death.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812794


What about vitamin E ? I have been taking that everyday since I was 14 and don't think I have had bad side effects and it is not water soluble either.
 Quoting: luke the duke


Vitamin A builds up in the liver and spills over to the tissues in the form of retinoic acid which is like having chemotherapy in your tissues.
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thanks
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Vitamin D3 protects against the toxicity of vitamin A and vice versa.
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This. Or better:active vitamin D3 binded to VDR (its receptor) regulate vitamin A.

So...if you are low in vitamin D3, if your receptors are clogged by plasmid infections, if you take vitamin D3 supplements, you may experience but A toxicity.
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Vitamins A and D are not water-soluble, so too much WILL build up in the body, and can cause multiple medical problems, even death.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812794


What about vitamin E ? I have been taking that everyday since I was 14 and don't think I have had bad side effects and it is not water soluble either.
 Quoting: luke the duke


Vitamin A builds up in the liver and spills over to the tissues in the form of retinoic acid which is like having chemotherapy in your tissues.
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thanks
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Same problem with vitamin D. Vitamin E taken as single form in high quantity creates a problem. Taking a pool of different forms of tocopherol is a better choice..
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No one here really knows what they’re talking about….


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No one here really knows what they’re talking about….


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hf
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The Weston A Price people have gotten sick with things like cancer and have died.
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No one here really knows what they’re talking about….


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hf
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Sally Fallon is obese.

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Why are we allergic to the Earth? Why can't we tolerate plants? If we were created as herbivores, why doesn't it work?
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I believe I showed signs of being vitamin A toxic in my mid teens aftee drinking 1 glass of vitamin A fortified milk a day since childhood. I developed acne and had to go on Accutane. After I took Accutane I went to the hospital twice with violent vomiting and dehydration, which I believe was like a chemotherapy reaction. I have been vaguely depressed ever since and seem to struggle with a mood disorder.
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Vitamin A is a fat soluable vitamin, and yes, if you take too much, it will become toxic. Beta carotene is a water soluable form of vitamin A.

You do not want to do a low vitamin A diet, unless you relish the thought of rickets.

If you have taken an amount that has built toxic, you probably want to see a doctor, and decide the best options for moving forward.
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People actually have been doing a low A diet for years, and some are reporting it's the best they ever felt and the only thing that solved their health issues. The inspiration is a book by a Canadian engineer named Grant Genereux called Extinguishing the Fires of Hell.

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If it works for them.
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Some people quit, but many report a radical change and feeling much better without vitamin A. The lack of vitamin A may be why carnivore works, and why the carnivores are reluctant to quit, even though their diet is unsustainable and bad for the environment.
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Terry Wahl's says eating piles of kale and other vegetables cured her autoimmune. She believes paleo helped her to be able to stop using a wheelchair.

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Vitamin A toxicity is real. I will be revamping my fridge and pantry this week. Looking forward to a peanut butter banana sandwich!
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Towards the end of the interview Grant says he believes vitamin A is a cause of obesity and that people lose massive amounts of weight when they reduce or eliminate it!
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I believe vitamin A caused me to get pneumonia twice, and also it was the cause of my asthma. It remains the likely cause of my decades long struggle with depression.
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Meat and animal fat is all you need
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Vitamin A is a fat soluable vitamin, and yes, if you take too much, it will become toxic. Beta carotene is a water soluable form of vitamin A.

You do not want to do a low vitamin A diet, unless you relish the thought of rickets.

If you have taken an amount that has built toxic, you probably want to see a doctor, and decide the best options for moving forward.
 Quoting: LJS


Grant Genereux eliminated all vitamin A about 10 years ago and says it reversed his kidney disease and eczema. He also lost a bunch of weight.
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Meat and animal fat is all you need
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Going the plant based route minus the vegetables.
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Meat and animal fat is all you need
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I tried carnivore and had to quit because of the methionine.
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What is more picturesque to carnivore humans.

Your female tucking into a carcaass, with blood around face ( like a horror movie )

Or a chick making vegetable soup ?

I think China/Japan live long lives and its probably they are more carnivore, whilst not eating cakes etc but seen how Chinese eat but may not be accurate as it were a resturnant and may have been around any surpluss ingredients, need using.

But generally things like bass or fish on greens. Still fried chicken and fried pork but just with flour ( no crumbs ) Chilli sweet sliced beef. Vegetable chow main/noodles and then mainly a noodle soup. Sometimes even with bacon etc and msg stock.

Sometimes fancier stuff.

So a diet of meat, vegetables and average 1 or 2 portions of noodles.





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