## How many mg is an IU?

Unit Conversions

Nutrient | Current DV Unit* | Current Conversion* |
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Vitamin E | IU | 1 IU = 0.67 mg for d-alpha-tocopherol (natural) 1 IU = 0.9 mg for dl-alpha-tocopherol (synthetic) |

Vitamin D | IU | 1 IU = 0.025 mcg |

Folate | mcg | |

Niacin | mg |

## How do you convert IU to MG?

Conversion Calculators

- Vitamin A. Multiply the IU of vitamin A or beta-carotene by 0.3 to see the value as mcg RAE (Retinal Activity Equivalents)
- Vitamin E. Multiply the IU of vitamin E by 0.67 to see the value as mg d-alpha tocopherol.
- Vitamin D3. Multiply the IU 0.025 to see the value as mcg.

**Is 1000 IU the same as 1000 mg?**

1,000 IU is not the same as 1,000 mg. As of now, no vitamin or mineral has a conversion factor that is equal to one.

**What is 10mg IU?**

10 mcg = 400 IU.

### How many mg is 400 IU?

This chart can help convert dosages cited in studies between international units (IU) and milligrams (mg). For example, 400 IU of synthetic dl-alpha-tocopherol is converted to 363 mg dl-alpha-tocopherol by dividing 400 IU by 1.10.

### How many IU is 15 milligrams?

For example, 15 mg of natural alpha-tocopherol would equal 22.4 IU (15 mg x 1.49 IU/mg = 22.4 IU).

**How many milligrams is 400 IU?**

The AREDS2 study, which also tested formulations containing 400 IU (180 mg) vitamin E, confirmed these findings” [46].

**How many milliliters is 400 IU?**

Some brands of liquid vitamin D give the dose in “mL” (for example, 400 IU = 1 mL), while others give the dose in drops (for example, 400 IU = 1 drop).

## How do you convert IU to mL?

To calculate ng/ml from IU/ml divide the value for IU by 0.83. To covert IU/mL to ng/mL, divide the value for IU by 0.83; for example: 10 IU/mL: 10/0.83 = 12.04 ng/mL.

## What is MG to mL?

So, a milligram is a thousandth of a thousandth of a kilogram, and a milliliter is a thousandth of a liter. Notice there is an extra thousandth on the weight unit. Therefore, there must be 1,000 milligrams in a milliliter, making the formula for mg to ml conversion: mL = mg / 1000 .

**How many IU is 400 mg?**

VITAMIN E | |
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Previous Value | Updated Equivalent |

Multiply the IU of vitamin E by 0.67 to see the value as mg d-alpha tocopherol | |

400 IU | 268 mg |

800 IU | 536 mg |

**What is IU per mL?**

An international unit is an arbitrary amount of a substance agreed upon by scientists and doctors. A millilitre is a measure of volume that is equal to one-thousandth of a litre (or slightly less than a quarter of a teaspoon).

### What substances can be converted between IU and mg/mcg?

The following list substances can be converted between IU and mg/mcg : Vitamin Vitamin A retinol, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin A propionate, Vitamin A palmitate, Beta Carotene, Vitamin B1 (thiamine), Vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), Vitamin D (D2 or D3), Vitamin E Natural (d-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate),…

### What is the mass equivalent of 1 IU for vitamins?

Converting from mg or mcg to IU for Vitamins A, C, D and E. We’ve included mass equivalents of 1 IU for selected vitamins below. This information is from the Office of Dietary Supplements and the Ultimate Pharmacy Calculations Guide. Vitamin A: 1 IU is the biological equivalent of 0.3 mcg retinol, or of 0.6 mcg beta-carotene.

**How many IU is 180 mg of vitamin E?**

180 mg vitamin E at dl-alpha / 0.45 = 400 IU vitamin E If it’s a naturally-sourced vitamin E, you will see it called “d-alpha.” If you see “d-alpha” on the label, just multiply the IU by 0.67.

**How many units of insulin are in a ML?**

500 Units of insulin per 1mL (milliliter) So, if you have a U100 insulin product, and you need to inject 50 units, that would come out to 0.5 mL. Similarly, if you have a U500 insulin product, and you need to inject 50 units, that would come out to 0.1 mL.