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Vitamin D supports bone health and healthy immune system function.

D3 Drops Forte
Liquid Vitamin D3 Supplementation Supporting Bone Health

Serving Type: Oral Liquid

Available In Sizes: 20mL oral liquid

D3 Drops Forte supports bone health, assists in healthy bone development and helps to maintain bone mineralisation and bone strength. Vitamin D also supports healthy immune system function and helps maintain nervous system function. A pleasant tasting vanilla flavour.

Product Information

Ingredients
Each 40 microlitres dose (1 drop) contains:
Colecalciferol 25 micrograms
equiv. to vitamin D3
1000 IU

Dose

Adults: Take 1 drop (40 microlitres) once a day, or as professionally prescribed. Tilt the bottle until it slowly delivers one dose.

Clinical Trials
Not Available

 

Additional Product Materials

Articles

  • BioCeuticals Vitamin D3 Range: Accurate dose, low risk contamination and high-strength

    Publish Date: 2013-02-14

    Author: BioCeuticals

    With BioCeuticals supplements, you can expect precision with all our products, including our renowned oral liquid emulsion D3 Drops, which deliver accurately measured drop sizes for a successful treatment plan. “BioCeuticals practitioner-only vitamin D3 supplements include a percentage overage to ensure strength at date of expiry,” said BioCeuticals Innovations Manager, Kate McFadyen. “Liquids by nature are more exposed than capsules. Therefore, we have developed a patent pending preservation method for our BioCeuticals D3 liquids to ensure the product meets label claim at expiry. BioCeuticals D3 Drops and D3 Drops Forte have a unique restriction flow cap for accurate dosage application and safety,” added Ms McFadyen.
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  • Indoor Workers Suffer Vitamin D Deficiency

    Publish Date: 2011-05-27

    Author: BioCeuticals

    Almost half of all Australians working indoors will come out of the winter months lacking in vitamin D, a new study has found. A survey of Sydney office workers, presented at the Dietitians Association of Australia conference in Adelaide on Thursday, found 42 per cent were deficient in the vitamin at the end of winter. Meanwhile, one in three had low levels over summer. "We suspected lifestyle makes a difference to vitamin D, especially working indoors, but we hadn't expected that we'd have this much of a problem," researcher Professor Rebecca Mason told AAP.
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  • Vitamin D Intake May Reduce Fracture Risk In Girls

    Publish Date: 2012-05-03

    Author: Rupert Shepherd

    Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals, published an article today showing that vitamin D intake can lower stress fracture risk in girls, especially in regards to injuries caused by high impact style activities.
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  • How Vitamin D Inhibits Inflammation

    Publish Date: 2012-03-01

    Author: BioCeuticals

    Researchers at National Jewish Health have discovered specific molecular and signaling events by which vitamin D inhibits inflammation. In their experiments, they showed that low levels of Vitamin D, comparable to levels found in millions of people, failed to inhibit the inflammatory cascade, while levels considered adequate did inhibit inflammatory signaling. They reported their results in the March 1, 2011, issue of The Journal of Immunology.*
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  • Vitamin D: let the sun shine

    Publish Date: 2011-12-21

    Author: Melinda Ham

    Is vitamin D deficiency really a problem in Australia, and what should be done about it? The message to protect against sun exposure in order to avoid skin cancer finally seems to be getting through to Australians, but it could be creating a new problem – vitamin D deficiency. A significant proportion of the Australian population – nearly one in four people – could have moderate vitamin D deficiency, according to new data from Sydney’s Westmead Hospital. But how can doctors strike a reasonable balance between advising people to protect themselves from the sun and making sure they have adequate vitamin D levels?
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