An IU, or an international unit, is a unit of measurement for the amount of a substance that has a biological effect.
IU in general is not directly correlated with a specific mass measurement. The mass equivalent of a specific IU depends on the substance and its form.
It is often abbreviated as IU in English; as UI in Romance languages (for example
, ... Insulin: 1 IU is equivalent to 0.0347 mg of human insulin (28.8 IU/mg).
Feb 13, 2014 ... Find out how to convert between International units and micrograms or ... Vitamin
A: 1 IU is the biological equivalent of 0.3 mcg retinol, or of 0.6 ...
How can I Convert IU to mg/mcg and How can I Convert mg/mcg to IU? The
converter permits the user to convert between international unit and weight of ...
Guidelines for converting units of IU to mg are given below. For these
calculations, the formulas are: • To convert Vitamin A as retinol: From IU to mcg:
IU * 0.3 = ...
It's different for every vitamin but here are the figures for Vitamin D. Vitamin D: 1
IU is the biological equivalent of 0.025 mcg cholecalciferol or ergocal...
How are the "Predicted ...
IU: International Units; RE: Retinol Equivalents; mg: milligrams; mcg: micrograms.
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Aug 25, 2011 ... Q. Most nutrients seem to be measured in mg but some are shown as mcg or I.U.
How do I convert these measurements into mg? A. To convert ...
Some vitamins â€“ specifically A, E and D â€“ are expressed as a unit of
biological activity (IU, International Units), rather than as weight such as grams, ...