Vitamin D3 Chews
Radiance Vitamin D3 Chews Tangy fruit flavoured chewable tablets. Bone, Immune health & Wellbeing. Utilising cholecalciferol, sourced from exposing lanolin (derived from live sheep) to UV light. For those who do not get their vitamin d the natural way (from the sun) taking a daily vitamin D supplement will ensure they receive this vital nutrient, to help to top up and or reverse a deficiency. You can request a Vitamin D blood test to determine your existing levels, as well as monitor how quickly these are raising. Request an "25 OH Vitamin D" test to determine these levels. Gluten and dairy free. Uses xylitol and sorbitol as the sweetener. 1000IU per chewable tablet. For the whole family, from age 2 up. 180 chewable tablets.
RRP $29.99, healthy.co.nz $23.95.
Size180 Chewable Tablets
Radiance Vitamin D3 Chews. To assist with increasing the body's available Vitamin D levels and/or to help reverse deficiency in order to assist in the prevention of conditions known to be exacerbated or caused by a Vitamin d3 deficiency.
Research over the last 5 years or so has shown that vitamin D deficiency plays a role in a wide variety of diseases including some 17 confirmed varieties of cancer, heart disease, stroke, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, depression, dementia, chronic pain, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, muscle weakness, muscle wasting, infertility, pregnancy complications, birth defects and periodontal disease.
Suggested dosage: Take 1 tablet daily with food. Can be used by the whole family, from age 2.
Each tablet contains Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 1000iu. 100% vegetarian, xylitol, sorbitol, cellulose, natural fruit flavours, beet powder, stearic acid, ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid, silica. No egg, fish, bee products, shellfish, gluten, milk derivatives, nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat, yeast, artificial preservatives, flavourings or colours.
Keep out of reach of Children. Vitamin D is very safe when taken as directed. Do not use without medical guidance in hyperparathyroidism, hypercalcaaemia, kidney disease, sarcoidosis or histoplasmosis. Interactions may exist with calcium channel blockers and digitalis.