Interestingly, very few foods naturally contain Vitamin D. Some dietary sources include eggs from chickens that have been fed Vitamin D and fatty fish such as herring, mackerel, sardines and tuna. We acquire most of our Vitamin D from daily exposure to sunlight. Vitamin D is stored in body fat until utilized. It is effective in the prevention of bone and muscle related disorders, such as osteoporosis (reduction in bone mass), and osteomalacia (softening of the bones).
Recommended Use: Helps in the absorption of phosphorus and calcium. Calcium intake, when combined with sufficient Vitamin D, a healthy diet and regular exercise may reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis. Helps to prevent Vitamin D deficiency.
Directions: Adults, take two drops (0.065 ml) daily or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Medicinal Ingredients (per two drops/0.065 mL):
- Vitamin D3 (1000 I.U.) (cholecalciferol) ... 25 mcg
No added yeast, starch, wheat, soy, gluten, corn, sugar, dairy, artificial colors or preservatives.
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Katelynn: a few months ago
BE WARNED: There is a child safety mechanism on the lid that makes it nearly impossible to open. Therefore, this vitamin d would not be suitable for someone with arthritis. After a few uses it started to taste skunky and it got to a point where it honestly wouldn't open for me after many tries so my option was either to smash it or trash it.
I'll stick with Now brands vitamin D.
Darlene: about a year ago
One of the best competing prices I have found for vitamin D drops and it is easy to measure. Because I have an ulcer, I cannot absorb vitamin D pills. So these drops and the mediocre "non-existant" taste are easy and versatile to use. The subtracted point is because the dropper needs to be manufactured better. The rubber squeezer keeps coming apart from the glass dropper.