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This award-winning formula is fresh, pure omega-3 oil made exclusively from sustainably-sourced 100% wild Arctic cod with added vitamin D3! It’s not your grandmother’s cod liver oil!
Official Baby’s Vitamin D of the American Pregnancy Association. Choose only the best for your baby!
100% whole food nutrition for the whole family, powered by enzymes!
This concentrated omega-3 with added vitamin D3 in one small soft gel is an easy introduction to omega-3 nutrition! Don’t let their size fool you – these little guys go big on results!
A better way to omega! This omega-3 maintenance formula has added vitamin D3 for everyday immune, brain and bone support!
The most complete kids multi! You’ll find key ingredients in every serving.
Not all omega-3’s are created equal. Ultimate Omega offers double-strength EPA+DHA plus added vitamin D for high intensity support!
Are you looking for that extra advantage? You’ve found it with this high-intensity omega-3 plus vitamin D3 to support joint mobility, muscle activity and endurance!
You’ve got brighter days ahead with this “sunshine vitamin” for immune, heart and bone health support!
Sunshine in a bottle. Here comes the sun with these 100% plant-based, vegan vitamin D3 drops!
Chew on this! These fun-filled, delicious, zero-sugar, vegetarian vitamin D3 gummies are like sunshine in a bottle!
Give your little ones the extra goodness they need, starting with vitamin D3! They will love their daily dose of ‘sunshine’ with these delicious gummies!
Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble secosteroids responsible for increasing intestinal absorption of the mineral’s calcium, magnesium and phosphate, plus has many other biological effects in the body. Vitamin D is important for maintaining immune system health, bone care support and mood support, especially during the winter months.
The recommended form of Vitamin D is vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol. This is the natural form of Vitamin D that your body makes from sunlight. Supplements are made from lanolin of lambs' wool. A scientific study reported in 2008 suggested that Vitamin D2 works just as well as Vitamin D3, however, the form of D3 is the most commonly found and preferred, in supplemental form.
A daily Vitamin D intake of 1,000 - 4,000 IU, or 25 - 100 mcg, should be sufficient to ensure optimal blood levels in most people. The safe upper limit for daily use that is considered is 4,000 IU. Make sure to consult with a healthcare professional if unsure.
By taking too much vitamin D, you encourage your body to absorb every element of calcium it takes in. This can be harmful to the body, as you can end up taking in far too much. Digestive problems are among the most common problems linked to too much calcium in the system. You can feel stomach cramps on a regular basis and may experience some nausea and vomiting. There are also some symptoms that mimic diabetes. You can suffer from dizziness and excessive thirst or frequent urination.
Vitamin D actually refers to a group of compounds that all have similar effects within the body, known as Vitamins D1- D5. However, the most common ‘options’ for Vitamin D are D2 (ergocalciferol) and D3, (cholecalciferol). Both are fat-soluble vitamins, which play roles in keeping our immune system healthy and helping with calcium absorption.
One of the best ways to take Vitamin D is in capsule form, therefore in an oil base for better absorption and utilisation in the body. If you decide to take a tablet form of vitamin D3 instead, take it after a meal that includes some oil or fat to improve its bioavailability.