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Vitamin D3 Complete 5000 Default Category Nutricology
Vitamin D3 Complete 5000 Default Category Nutricology
Vitamin D3 Complete 5000 Default Category Nutricology
Vitamin D3 Complete 5000 Default Category Nutricology

    Vitamin D3 Complete 5000

    NurtriCology Vitamin D3 Complete 5000

    Vitamin D3 Complete 5000 is formulated to respect the crucial importance of balancing vitamin D with vitamin A, especially for those who know they require extra vitamin D.* It also contains the other oil-soluble vitamins, K2 (menaquinone-7) and DeltaGOLD® tocotrienols (part of the vitamin E family).


     Serving Size 1 gelcap Amount Per Serving
    Vitamin A (as 3000 IU of Retinyl Palmitate)
    1765 μg
    Vitamin D3 (as 5000 IU of Cholecalciferol)
    125 μg
    Vitamin K2 (as Menaquinone-7)
    100 µg
    Tocotrienols (as DeltaGOLD® Tocotrienols)
    5 mg

    Other Ingredients: Fish gelatin, palm oil, medium chain triglycerides, silicon dioxide, ascorbyl palmitate, d-Alpha-tocopherol, rosemary extract oil.

    Softgel: Gelatin, safflower oil, glycerin, purified water, carob extract, zinc oxide

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, 1 capsule daily with a meal, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.

    Warnings: Caution: For higher dose supplementation of vitamin D, we recommend regular testing of vitamin D blood levels. Variations in product color may occur. Keep in a cool, dry place, tightly capped. Avoid high temperatures for extended periods.

    More Info

    The formula is enhanced with vitamin K2, which works with vitamin D to support proper calcium metabolism and bone health. Tocotrienols provide powerful antioxidant protection, and the base of sustainably sourced medium-chain triglycerides provides an oil medium well suited for the absorption of all four fat-soluble vitamins. It is made with no added preservatives and is encapsulated in state-of-the-art fish gelatin capsules, all-natural OceanCaps™, made from high-quality, farmed fish. OceanCaps™ are easy to swallow, gentle on the stomach, fast-acting with superior bio-availability, and are sealed with a proprietary nitrogen process that protects against oxidation. Approved for presco-vegetarian diets. Vitamin D deficiency is now recognized as widespread. Systemic calcium homeostasis regulation is the well-known action of vitamin D, but in addition to bone tissue, researchers have identified up to fifty different target tissues that have vitamin D receptor activity. Vitamin D is involved with the regulation of growth, reproduction, seasonal adaptation, and the immune, cardiovascular, nervous, respiratory, and neuroendocrine systems. Excessive vitamin A with low or normal vitamin D can look like vitamin D deficiency. Excessive vitamin D with low or normal vitamin A can look like vitamin A deficiency. And the blood levels of the functionally deficient nutrient can remain within normal ranges. By supplementing vitamin D with vitamin A, both an unbalanced excess and an artificial deficiency of either one are avoided. In fact, taking them together may increase the effectiveness of lower doses, as well as reduce the risk of higher doses. Vitamin A is also an important nutrient. Up to 50% of individuals do not efficiently convert beta-carotene to vitamin A and may be at risk for vitamin A deficiency. Few of us eat vitamin A-rich foods, such as liver or kidney, on a regular basis. Vitamin K is involved with processes that help retain minerals in the bone matrix, protect soft tissue from calcification, and support nervous system functions. Vitamin D’s best-known role, that of supporting bone health, is supported synergistically by vitamin K2. Vitamin D may both increase the demand for vitamin K and interact beneficially with K-dependent proteins. Some research suggests that some problems with too much vitamin D may actually be due to insufficient vitamin K2. Vitamin A is now thought to help spare vitamin K, further counteracting potential depletion by excess vitamin D.