When people are deficient in Vitamin D there is great risk for numerous illnesses and diseases. It is absolutely essential for everyone to receive adequate amounts of Vitamin D regularly. However, most people do not receive proper amounts of sunlight consistently. Therefore, supplementation is typically necessary in many cases.
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- What does IU mean?
- What is the expiration date or shelf life of Vitamin D3?
- How should Vitamin D3 be stored? Can it withstand extreme temperatures?
- Does your Vitamin D3 contain any allergens? Is it manufactured in a facility or on machinery with other allergens?
- Can I take Vitamin D3 while pregnant and/or breastfeeding?
- What is the difference with Cholecalciferol, Calcifediol, and Ergocalciferol pertaining to Vitamin D?
- Can my pets take Vitamin D3?
- Can I give Vitamin D3 to my child?
- Where is your Vitamin D3 made/produced?
- What is the Kosher Certification for your Vitamin D3?