Our expert says:
The amount of vitamin D in the calcium supplement will not make a difference and as you need the calcium do continue to take it. Problem arise when individuals who are already eating a balanced diet take supplements that contain 100% of the RDA every day. Seeing that vit A or its precursor beta-carotene, is found in many foods such as pumpkin, butternut, Hubbard squash, broccoli, pawpaw, mango, apricots, meat, full-cream milk and cheese, etc and humans make vit D when their skins are exposed to sunlight, these fat-soluble vitamins tend to get stored in the body (excess intakes are not excreted like the water-soluble B vitamins and vit C) and if the stored levels reach excessive values then esp vit A can cause a condition called hypervitaminosis A. But I presume that your calcium supplement does not contain the full RDA for vit D, so you can take it without having to worry.
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