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Healthy Origins, Vitamin D3, 5,000 IU, 30 Softgels

$1.95
$3.96
Savings of: $2.01 (51% Off)
4.4 out of 5 based on 382 reviews
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Great price!

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Posted by Reviewer1985210 on Sep 02, 2011

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have a serious Vit D deficiency and have been taking these for ~3 weeks, big improvement already. Really happy with the price, just a fraction of the cost of other sources.

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Great product!

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Posted by Reviewer3195489 on Feb 22, 2012

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Really effective. Living in north without winter sun, I could really see the difference. Energy levels went up and no flue this winter. I was eating this softgels with butter and fatty meals. That way vitamin D gets easily to the system.

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Vitamin D3

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Posted by Reviewer2981997 on Sep 20, 2011

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These are a must up north, facing another long , cold and dark winter again.

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Helps raise levels

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Posted by Reviewer1115165 on Oct 23, 2012

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brought me from a 22ng/ml to 41ng/ml in a few months time.

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I have a few people taking this dose...

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Posted by DoctorMav on Oct 27, 2012

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...and their serum Vitamin D levels are improving from quite attrocious levels. In Australia, you should aim to have a minimum reading of 100 nmol/L (in US this is equivalent to 40 ng/mL). The best source of Vit D is sunlight (when sun is directly overhead). Get it regularly but never to point where it burns you. Consider taking astaxanthin to boost your skin's ability to resist damage from free radicals.

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