Use our vitamin converter below for approximate conversion rates of vitamins or download our vitamin conversion chart.

 

Vitamin A    
retinol (all-(E)-retinol) mg IU
mg mg RE
IU mcg
mcg RE mcg
retinyl acetate (all-(E)-retinol acetate) mg IU
mg mcg RE
IU mcg
mcg RE mcg
retinyl palmitate (all-(E)-retinol palmitate) mg IU
mg mcg RE
IU mcg
mcg RE mcg
Vitamin B    
thiamine hydrochloride mg mg thiamine (vit B1)
(USA/FDA conversion): thiamine hydrochloride mg mg thiamine (vit B1)
thiamine nitrate mg mg thiamine (vit B1)
riboflavine sodium phosphate mg mg riboflavine (vit B2)
Calcium pantothenate mg mg pantothenic acid (vit B5)
    mg Calcium
dexpanthenol mg mg pantothenic acid (vit B5)
pyridoxal 5-phosphate mg mg pyridoxine (vit B6)
pyridoxine hydrochloride mg mg pyridoxine (vit B6)
Vitamin C    
ascorbyl palmitate mg mg ascorbic acid (vit C)
calcium ascorbate(dihydrate) mg mg ascorbic acid (vit C)
    mg calcium
sodium ascorbate mg mg ascorbic acid (vit C)
    mg sodium
Vitamin D    
cholecalciferol mcg IU vit D3
IU mcg
ergocalciferol mcg IU vit D2
IU mcg
Vitamin E    
d-alpha-Tocopherol mg IU
IU mcg
dl-alpha-Tocopherol mg IU
IU mcg
d-alpha-Tocopheryl acetate mg IU
IU mcg
dl-alpha-Tocopheryl acetate mg IU
d-alpha-Tocopheryl acid succinate mg IU
IU mcg
dl-alpha-Tocopheryl acid succinate mg IU
IU mg

IU: International Units; RE: Retinol Equivalents; mg: milligrams; mcg: micrograms

Disclaimer: Whilst Robert Forbes & Associates has made every effort to be accurate, errors may appear and are inadvertent.

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