Vitamin D3 - 60 Day Supply

Essential for Maintaining Bone Health and Immune System Function*
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DESCRIPTION

  • - Promotes Immune System Health*
  • - Promotes Bone Health*
  • - Promotes Cardiovascular & Endothelial Health*
  • - 1000 IU (25 mcg) per serving
  • - 60 tiny softgels per bottle

Did you know 2/3 of Americans are deficient in vitamin D? The average American gets a paltry 150 IU daily of vitamin D from foods like tuna, salmon and fortified milk; and the typical multivitamin provides only about 400 IUs of vitamin D.

The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for vitamin D is 15-20 mcg/day depending on age. The medical professionals at Cardiotabs recommend that you consume about 2000 IU of vitamin D3 per day for overall optimal health. Many individuals need more than this to keep their vitamin D levels in a healthy range. 

Cardiotabs Vitamin D3 provides 1,000 IU (25 mcg) per serving of vitamin D3 so you may combine it with other Cardiotabs supplements that also provide vitamin D or you can double the serving size as a stand-alone supplement to provide 2000 IU of vitamin D3 (50 mcg).

To ensure maximum absorption, try to consume your vitamin D with a meal that contains some healthy fat like olive oil, fish oil, nuts and avocados



LABEL INFORMATION

Directions: Take one (1) capsule daily, preferably with a meal or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
 
Other Ingredients: Olive oil, Bovine Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water
 
Gluten free

PRODUCT FAQs

Why do I need vitamin D?
Vitamin D is considered a nutrient of public health concern because many Americas are not getting enough vitamin D in their diets and low intakes are associated with health issues.

From bolstering the immune system to fostering heart health, vitamin D confers an array of benefits. It also helps the body absorb and retain key minerals like calcium and phosphorus, both critical for building bone.

Can I get vitamin D from my diet? 
While there are natural food sources of vitamin D such as cod liver oil, liver, and some types of fatty fish such as mackerel, salmon, many don't find them appealing. In the US, milk but not all dairy products is fortified with vitamin D. It is important to check the label on products like cheese and yogurt to see if they were made with fortified milk.