Click to enlargeCarlson Labs - Super Daily D3 6000 IU - 10.3 oz

Super Daily D3 6000 IU by Carlson Labs drops provide 6,000 IU (150 mcg) of concentrated vitamin D.

Vitamin D is a superstar nutrient linked to many health benefits. What makes it so unique is that it's a vitamin you can get through food and also a hormone your body makes from the sun.

Despite the multiple ways of getting vitamin D, many are still deficient due to changing seasons, sunscreen, skin color, age, and sun protection. Get your daily dose of vitamin D3 by placing a drop of Super Daily D3 in your food or drink.

Promotes cardiovascular, immune, teeth, bone, and muscle health
6,000 IU (150 mcg) of concentrated vitamin D3 in every drop
Non-GMO, dairy-free, vegetarian, unflavored

Super Daily D3 6000 IU Ingredients in 1 drop:
Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) (6,000 IU) 150 mcg

Other Ingredients: Medium chain triglyceride oil (coconut and palm source), natural mixed tocopherols.

This product does not contain iron, gluten, sugar or preservatives.

Suggested Use:
Adults: Take 1 drop daily in food or a drink, or directly on the tongue.

Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition.

Keep out of the reach of children.


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