What is the difference in vitamin D and D3?
There are two possible forms of vitamin D in the human body: vitamin D2 and vitamin D3. Both D2 and D3 are simply called “vitamin D,” so there’s no meaningful difference between vitamin D3 and just vitamin D.
Should seniors take vitamin D or vitamin D3?
My Recommended Daily Dose for Vitamin D in Older Adults For most older adults, I recommend a supplement of vitamin D 1000 IU/day. I do this because: The American Geriatrics Society (AGS) recommends that clinicians tell older patients to take vitamin D 1000 IU/day, to help prevent fractures.
What is ultra vitamin D?
Ultra Vitamin D provides effective levels of the preferred form of vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Ultra Vitamin D provides British Pharmacopoeia quality vitamin D3. D3 is the preferred form of vitamin D because it is the specific form made in the human body and therefore more effective than D2 which is found in some supplements.
What is the best strength of vitamin D?
Ultra Vitamin D 1000IU gives you optimum strength Vitamin D in one daily tablet. Ultra Vitamin D gummies, provides 1000IU vitamin D, an optimum strength of vitamin D, in one yummy vegan gummy. Ultra Vitamin D 3000 IU, our super strength vitamin D available to ensure optimum levels of vitamin D are maintained during the year.
What are ultra vitamin D gummies?
Ultra Vitamin D gummies, provides 1000IU vitamin D, an optimum strength of vitamin D, in one yummy vegan gummy. Ultra Vitamin D 3000 IU, our super strength vitamin D available to ensure optimum levels of vitamin D are maintained during the year. Formulated for those who require the highest strength of Vitamin D in our range.
How do you take vitamin D 1000 IU?
You should therefore take one of the Vitabiotics Ultra Vitamin D 1000 IU Optimum Level Tablets per day. This provides 1000 IU of vitamin D. To take the tablet, it is best swallowed whole (not chewed), with water or a cold drink.