Actually, 800-1200 IU Vitamin D is needed if you are not deficient. You can make Vitamin D in your skin if you go out in the sun @ least 15 min/d. The dermatologists don't want us to expose our skin to the sun, tho due to risk for skin cancer. The ideal amount of calcium is 800 mg/d if you are pre-menopause. Post menopause, The number goes up to 1200-1500. There is new research telling us that calcium supplements may be causing calcium plaques on the inside of our arteries causing heart attacks and strokes. It is now recommended that we get our calcium from food which does not appear to cause this effect. Sources include dairy products, tofu and soy products, fish w/ edible bones like salmon.
A 40 year old woman should take about 500 IU if vitamin D. For the B vitamins, 200 mcg folate twice daily, a minimum of 15 mg niacin twice daily and 150 mcg pantothenic acid twice daily are recommended for a woman at this age. For the calcium, an intake of about 1500 milligrams per day is advised. Always talk to your doctor to avoid taking too many minerals to get the right dosage for your body type.