Vitamine D3 daily value
I have bought Vitamine D3 75 µg tablet.
Chronometer uses IU, so I converted to that. Giving 3000 IU.
According to Chronometer that's 750% of the DV.
Printed in red so a 'dangerous' level.
Elsewhere I found that 1,000 IU (25 mcg) a day is a good target for people who don't get enough sunlight. If 3000 IU would be 300% instead of 750% of the recommended daily intake.
Maybe the problem is that Chronometer only allows D as an input and vitamine D is a group name for D2 and D3?
Something must be wrong with those numbers.
I can't imagine supplements that are 300-750% of the daily value are sold.
But OTOH I don't believe all sources that state the daily value is much lower is wrong.
I could just enter what's on the jar and assume it's safe (which I think it is).
Or just don't put it in my dairy because of the conflicting numbers.
But in both cases all the info Chronometer displays about D3 is very wrong.
Tips to solve this would be very welkom!