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Can't complain

Posted by eathealthy on Dec 28, 2013 | Verified Purchase

These tablets are easy to take, just one a day to enhance immunity and prevent cancer. I do prefer to take a liquid vitamin D supplement such as D drops. Plus the drops taste better. This bottle was a freebie but wonèt purchase again. If you like my review check out my page by clicking eathealthy in blue above to see reviews of all the products I have purchased from iHerb!

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Very little tablets

Posted by briksons on Jan 27, 2018 | Verified Purchase

In our country we don`t have many sunny days. So we need this D vitamin very much!

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Great product

Posted by iHerb Customer on Oct 23, 2017 | Verified Purchase

Great product, recomended

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sun vitamin for vampires

Posted by iHerb Customer on Dec 01, 2016 | Verified Purchase

you can never get too much vitamin D, so 2 of these a day will do good.

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Posted by iHerb Customer on Jul 07, 2015 | Verified Purchase


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Easy to swallow

Posted by iHerb Customer on Jun 13, 2015 | Verified Purchase

This pill is very small and easy to swallow.

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Posted by iHerb Customer on Apr 12, 2015 | Verified Purchase

its a good price

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Help on health

Posted by iHerb Customer on Mar 16, 2014 | Verified Purchase

Softgel capsules are better than these, but the price is good.

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don't listen to the magnesium stearate complaint.....it's a non-issue. This product has been a great help with my arthritis and fibromyalgia pain!

Posted by iHerb Customer on Feb 06, 2014 | Verified Purchase

One study that many people have used as evidence against magnesium stearate is a 1990 experiment entitled “Molecular basis for the immunosuppressive action of stearic acid on T cells.” This baffles me, and I suspect that anyone using this study to indict magnesium stearate hasn’t actually read it. In the experiment, scientists isolated T-cells and B-cells from mice, put them in a Petri dish, and bathed them in a solution containing stearic acid (along with some other components). They observed that the T-cells incorporated the stearic acid into their cell membrane, eventually de-stabilizing the membrane enough that the cell died. First of all, this study has nothing to do with magnesium stearate. They just used the plain old stearic acid that you’d find in your beef, chocolate, or coconut oil, so this study could just as easily be used against those foods. If you’re going to be concerned about this study (which you shouldn’t be), you’d have much bigger sources of stearic acid to worry about than the magnesium stearate in your supplements. Second, the study has nothing to do with stearic acid consumed in the diet. Under normal conditions, your T-cells are not bathed in stearic acid, even if you consume superhuman amounts of coconut oil, tallow, and cocoa butter. Finally, the researchers used T-cells from mice, and in this case, the results cannot be applied to humans. The mouse cells incorporated stearic acid into their membranes because they lacked the ability to de-saturate fatty acids. However, human T-cells do have the ability to de-saturate fatty acids, so even if you did bathe your T-cells in stearic acid, they would be able to maintain their membrane function. (1) In case you got lost, here’s a summary: this study has no relevance whatsoever to human consumption of magnesium stearate, I have no idea why the study is being referenced in this manner, and you shouldn’t be concerned about it.

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Just love itttt

Posted by iHerb Customer on Jan 14, 2014 | Verified Purchase

Perfect for teeth, nails and even hair.

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