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- UPC # 883196123902
Vitamin D may promote the absorption of calcium‚ a mineral that plays several roles in the human body. Calcium helps build bones and teeth‚ while also working to regulate muscle contraction and healthy blood clotting. A supplement like Seroyal’s D3 1000 may work to potentially alleviate certain symptoms associated with a mild vitamin D deficiency.
This fat-soluble vitamin might also be able to promote overall well-being in other ways. For example‚ it may assist your immune system by encouraging the maturation of white blood cells. White blood cells are key to fighting off foreign invaders‚ so D3 1000 may possibly alleviate symptoms related to some infections.
Every capsule of D3 1000 provides 1‚000 IU (international units) of vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). D3 is the form that the body produces when your skin is exposed to natural sunlight. Unfortunately‚ living in a cold climate or spending a lot of time indoors may lead to low vitamin D levels. Dietary sources include liver and egg yolks‚ as well as fortified foods like milk or cereal.
Take one vegetarian capsule daily with food. Each bottle of D3 1000 by Seroyal should last for about three months.
Each Capsule Contains:
Vitamin D....1000 IU
Hypromellose‚ Microcystalline‚ Cellulose‚ Magnesium Stearate
Does Not Contain:
Wheat‚ Yeast‚ Gluten‚ Soy‚ Artificial coloring or Flavoring
Adults and Children (4 years and older): Take one (1) capsule daily with a meal‚ or as recommended by your health care practitioner.
Consult your healthcare professional.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- Artificial Color Free
- Artificial Flavor Free
- Dairy Free
- Preservative Free
- Vegetarian Product
- Additive Free
- No Added Wheat
- No Added Yeast
- No Added Gluten
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Darryl Roberts on 8/13/2014
Do you have any vitamin D (D3) made without soy? My wife cannot have soy and needs vitamin D. Most vitamin D is made from soy (soy bean oil). I checked the ingredients on a few vitamin Ds that you have and they say things like "vegetable stearate" without being specific as to what vegetable.A
Raisa on 8/27/2014
Hello Darryl, thank you for contacting us. If the product does not specify the source of the vitamin D, you can look in the part of the label where it specifies whether it contains the main allergens (soy, nut, dairy...) or not. This one is soy free: Vitamin D3 1000 by Innate Response http://www.pureformulas.com/vitamin-d3-1000-iu-90-tablets-by-innate-response-formulas.html
- Raisa on 8/27/2014