Vitamin D and fat intake
I keep thinking I already asked this but couldn't find it in a Search so hopefully I'm just imagining I already asked. :)
Since getting D levels up seems to be difficult for a lot of people I'd imagine it's important to make sure you do everything right when taking your D supplements, such as not taking it at the same time as things that inhibit absorption, and taking it with a meal that contains adequate fat.
So the question is, does anyone how much fat you need to absorb each 1,000iu of D? I always make sure I take some fat with my D supplements, even if it means just eating a teaspoon of peanut butter. But I really have no idea if I take enough. I'm guessing it's probably also best to spread your doses out throughout the day, taking a little with each meal, because there is likely not enough fat in one meal (unless you eat burgers and onion rings! But I'd imagine most people here try to eat a healthy, low-inflammatory diet, which would mean low fat) to absorb an entire 10,000iu dose at once, for example. But I really have no idea. Any info on this somewhere?