Vitamins, Minerals, and Carbohydrates are required for your body to operate healthy.
Ways to feel better
Organic supplements can drastically improve your mental and physical health. Vitamins can prevent illnesses. Minerals keep your bones, muscles, heart and brain working properly. Your body also needs Carbohydrates to stay healthy. A healthy lifestyle consists of the right amount of nutrients, exercise, and sleep everyday.
How do I know what’s right for me?
You can contact our health enthusiasts here. They are working around the clock to answer all your questions to make everyone’s lives better. You can also check out our assistance page to see the types of symptoms that occur with vitamin deficiency.
Vitamins and Minerals: How much should you take?
|Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) or Adequate Intake (AI)|
Nutrients with AIs are marked with an (*)
|Upper Tolerable Limit (UL)|
The highest amount you can take without risk
|Boron||Not determined.||20 mg/day|
|Calcium||Age 19-50: 1,000 mg/dayWomen age 51+: 1,200 mg/dayMen age 71+: 1,200 mg/day||Age19-50: 2,500 mg/dayAge 51 and up: 2,000 mg/day|
|Chloride||Age 19-50: 2,300 mg/dayAge 50-70: 2,000 mg/dayAge 70 and older: 1,800 mg/day||3,600 mg/day|
(Vitamin B complex)
|Women: 425 mg/day *Men: 550 mg/day *||3,500 mg/day|
|Copper||900 micrograms/day||10,000 mcg/day|
|Fluoride||Men: 4 mg/day *Women: 3 mg/day *||10 mg/day|
|Folic Acid (Folate)||400 mcg/day||1,000 mcg/day|
This applies only to synthetic folic acid in supplements or fortified foods. There is no upper limit for folic acid from natural sources.
|Iodine||150 mcg/day||1,100 mcg/day|
|Iron||Men: 8 mg/dayWomen age 19-50: 18 mg/dayWomen age 51 and up: 8 mg/day||45 mg/day|
|Magnesium||Men age 19-30: 400 mg/dayMen age 31 and up: 420 mg/dayWomen age 19-30: 310 mg/dayWomen age 31 and up: 320 mg/day||350 mg/dayThis applies only to magnesium in supplements or fortified foods. There is no upper limit for magnesium in food and water.|
|Manganese||Men: 2.3 mg/day *Women: 1.8 mg/day*||11 mg/day|
|Molybdenum||45 mcg/day||2,000 mcg/day|
|Nickel||Not determined||1 mg/day|
|Phosphorus||700 mg/day||Up to age 70: 4,000 mg/dayOver age 70: 3,000 mg/day|
|Selenium||55 mcg/day||400 mcg/day|
|Sodium||Age 19-50: 1,500 mg/day *Age 51-70: 1,300 mg/day *Age 71 and up: 1,200 mg/day *||2,300 mg/day|
|Vanadium||Not determined||1.8 mg/day|
|Vitamin A||Men: 900 mcg/dayWomen: 700 mcg/day||3,000 mcg/day|
|Vitamin B3 (Niacin)||Men: 16 mg/dayWomen: 14 mg/day||35 mg/dayThis applies only to niacin in supplements or fortified foods. There is no upper limit for niacin in natural sources.|
|Vitamin B6||Men age 19-50: 1.3 mg/dayMen age 51 up:1.7 mg/dayWomen age 19-50: 1.3 mg/dayWomen age 51 up: 1.5 mg/day||100 mg/day|
|Vitamin C||Men: 90 mg/dayWomen: 75 mg/day||2,000 mg/day|
|Vitamin D (Calciferol)||Age 1-70: 15 mcg/day|
(600 IU, or international units) *Age 70 and older: 20 mcg/day (800 IU) *
This applies only to vitamin E in supplements or fortified foods. There is no upper limit for vitamin E from natural sources.
|Zinc||Men: 11 mg/dayWomen: 8 mg/day||40 mg/day|