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Bluebonnet Nutrition, Vitamin D3, 1000 IU, 180 Vcaps

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4.9 out of 5 based on 23 reviews
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Great source of Vitamin D3

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Posted by Reviewer2192944 on Jan 11, 2009

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I am very sensitive to many chemicals and supplement additives. I have been able to take this product for a few months now without any problem. I feel better, more upbeat, after taking it and found this fall/winter was the very first time I didn't have any winter "blues". My joints are also feeling better. HIGHLY recommend this product by this manufacturer.

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Bluebonnet Nutrition Vitamin D3, Natural Lanolin

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Posted by Reviewer2456496 on Feb 22, 2009

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This seems to be a great product! I like the fact that there are no "hidden" ingredients!

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Nice price, fast shipping

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Posted by Reviewer2202799 on Mar 16, 2009

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Learned a lot from other reviews. Just started using D3 and may already be seeing increased energy and more emotional levelness...

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A good product

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Posted by Reviewer3103424 on Dec 28, 2009

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I like this because they explain exactly how it is made. Just as UV from sunlight creates D3 in the oils of human skin, UV does the same when applied to lanolin, the oil from sheep wool. I was concerned because I'm allergic to lanolin, but have no reaction to this product. It seems to be pure D3, not lanolin. I take this along with a tiny amount of olive oil, because vit D is oil-soluble, and I think this dry product gets digested better. It's important to take vit D if taking calcium - people should research this connection. There's no purely vegetable source of D3, and D2 is debatable. This D3 doesn't violate vegetarianism, because it's just oil from the wool, and this product has veggie caps. A great improvement over fish liver oil.

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Thank goodness, a non-fish derived form of D3

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Posted by Reviewer1681024 on Jan 17, 2009

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I am highly sentitive to many chemicals. I cannot consume products derived from fish, and I cannot consume softgels. Most other D3 sources are derived from fish. This product was a godsend! So far this winter I have not experienced SAD, and it may be due to the addition of this product to my supplement regimen. I am a recent fan of many of the Bluebonnet products, because according to their website: "manufacturing meets the highest standards established by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP). Additionally, we use full Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)." Given my many food allergies, I require products that are as pure-as-possible. And many of the Bluebonnet products fit my stringent requirements, as well as NOW foods and Country Life products.

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