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iHerb Nutritionals, Vitamin D3, 5,000 IU, 120 Softgels

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Definitely, this can not be missing in your home

29 people found the following review helpful

Posted by marcosandrey on Jul 23, 2013

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I would love to be able to talk a bit of this vitamin. Of course it is not a vitamin itself, And yes the more potent hormone that your body produces. The recommended daily dose for the disease industry (pharmaceutical industry) is 400 IU. Definitely this disease Industry not want your well being. Let's think: If you stay under the sunlight just 15 minutes you will be able to produce 10,000 IU of this hormone. Imagine if one day all you stay in the sun without sunscreen. How many thousand IU you do not produce? And even so you never had any problem. So it is clear that the Industry of the Disease, do not want to be cured you . but many diseases for you to buy more drugs to treat diseases caused by lack of "vitamin" D.

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Good for 120 days

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Posted by odereviews on Jul 16, 2013

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Hard to give lower rating than 5 stars for this product. It's similar to any other Vitamin D3 products that are available here. Looks like iHerb is bringing their own brands again. This is currently the best freebie in here. As for regular price ($6.12), there are "better" alternatives with 360 softgel packages, offering better price and quality ratio.

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Excellent

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Posted by alvinlky on Aug 14, 2013

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Excellent Vitamin D3 5000mg

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Very good product.

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Posted by ClickParaDesconto on Jul 22, 2013

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Thank you iHerb .

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Posted by Reviewer-From-Slovakia on Feb 14, 2014

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Many health experts in recent years recognized epidemy of suboptimal vitamin D levels and fatal consequences related to that, it is believed to be most important nutrient almost everybody needs to take to achieve optimal health. The studies show that optimal levels of this vitamin 1) reduce relative mortality risk by six percent 2) increase insulin sensitivity 3) reduce risk of many autoimmune diseases including multiple sclerosis 4) prevent depression 5) reduce risk of getting various types of cancer and much more such as treatment of asthma, migraines, or hypertension, low levels of this vitamin are even correlated with higher Alzheimer's disease occurence! I encourage everyone to get tested for 25-hydroxy vitamin D level (should be between 45 and 75, future research will probably put this optimal level even higher). And remember always to take vitamin D in natural D3 form - cholecalciferol, NOT the D2 ergocalciferol form that in fact is showing to be harmful!

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