Your body makes vitamin D-3 when you go outside and get some sun exposure. But no matter how much time you spend outdoors, your vitamin D levels won’t become dangerously elevated. Your system just doesn’t convert the vitamin D into its active form in this case. Consuming high levels of any form of vitamin D, from both food and supplements, can raise your vitamin D levels, though. To be safe, avoid ingesting more than 4,000 international units daily, although usually side effects don’t start until after you regularly consume more than 10,000 IU daily. This is far above the daily recommendation of 600 IU a day for men and women, according to the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine.
Instead of using peanuts, it is better to consume apples,carrots,cucumber and other fruits and vegetables for the weight management. This is because, in comparison to peanuts, they are low in calories and also contains a lot of water and dietary fibers, which helps in the weight management. According to LIVESTRONG’s MyPlate, consuming 20 oz. of Fuji apples provides around 320 calories which are nothing compared to the 3400 calories gained by consuming 20 Oz. of peanuts. So, in order to avoid weight gain, limit your peanut consumption.