How Much Vitamin C Is Too Much?
A Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) for Vitamin C was established at 2,000 mg per day for
the majority of persons in good health. However, the maximum daily dosage
for those with specific medical disorders (such gout, chronic liver or kidney disease,
or a history of calcium-oxalate kidney stones) should be limited to 1,000 mg. It generally
won't hurt you if you consume too many foods high in vitamin C. However, taking
excessive amount of Vitamin C through supplements may result in the health problems.
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