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Vitamin D3 5000 IU

Vitamin D supports bone, immune, muscle and brain health. It’s also important for balancing calcium and phosphorous levels and maintaining healthy inflammation balance. NBI’s premium vitamin D3 oil is certified non-GMO and contains rosemary oil extract for added antioxidant protection.
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Non-GMO Vitamin D3

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Bone, immune & brain health

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Healthy inflammation balance

Vitamin D3
5000 IU

Vitamin D supports bone, immune, muscle and brain health. It’s also important for balancing calcium and phosphorous levels and maintaining healthy inflammation balance. NBI’s premium vitamin D3 oil is certified non-GMO and contains rosemary oil extract for added antioxidant protection.
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Non-GMO Vitamin D3

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 Bone, immune & brain health

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Healthy inflammation balance

Six Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D

Vitamin D does a lot more than support healthy bones. Vitamin D promotes brain health, muscle size and strength, heart health, pancreas health, healthy insulin balance and more. These surprising benefits of vitamin D give you six more reasons to make sure you’re getting enough of this powerful nutrient.

Vitamin D3 5000 IU

Vitamin D3 Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the source for NBI’s vitamin D? NBI’s vitamin D comes from lanolin, which is harvested from sheep wool. Our raw material is certified non-GMO and that no harm was done to the animals. 

Q: Do I need to take vitamin D3? Vitamin D3 is essential for life. It’s necessary for healthy bones, brain health, strong immunity, heart health and healthy inflammation balance. While not everyone needs to supplement with vitamin D, the research indicates that 40% of adults and 70% of children are deficient in this nutrient.

Q: Is taking 125 mcg (5000 IU) per day safe? Yes. Decades of research show that taking 125 mcg per day is safe.

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How Much Vitamin D Do You Need?

How Much Vitamin D Do You Need?

Beyond bone health and vitamin D’s effects on calcium and phosphorous, some surprising benefits of Vitamin D include supporting healthy muscle mass and strength, balance, a strong immune system, skin health, brain health, cellular health, intestinal health, lung health, heart health, and neurological health. Vitamin D is an incredibly popular dietary supplement, and many people know they should take it. But how much should you take and does genetics play a role?

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Six Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D

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Vitamin D does a whole lot more than support healthy bones. Vitamin D supports brain health, muscle size and strength, heart health, mood, pancreas health and insulin balance. This blog discusses six surprising benefits of vitamin D and six more reasons to make sure you get enough of this powerful nutrient.

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The Silent Disease of Vitamin D Deficiency

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