The Vitamin D3 with No Meal Required

Vitamin D spilled SpoonThe Challenge: Remembering to take your vitamin D with some fat.

The Solution: With Seriously Delicious Vitamin D3, you don’t need to.

For best absorption, vitamin D needs to be taken with fat, but that’s not always easy to do. Seriously Delicious® Vitamin D3 is uniquely formulated for faster, better absorption—no meal or other fat required. And with a creamy texture and the taste of a strawberry milkshake, there's no easier way to get your D3!

5 Big Reasons You Need Vitamin D

  1. Immune System Support: Vitamin D helps our immune systems stay balanced and healthy. According to the National Institute of Health , adequate vitamin D levels may decrease susceptibility to infection.1*
  2. Bone Health: Taking calcium for bone health? It could be going to waste if you’re vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is crucial for absorbing the calcium you need for strong, healthy bones.2*
  3. Heart Health: Multiple studies show that vitamin D supports heart health.3*
  4. Mood: Feeling blue? Studies show vitamin D can help improve mood.4*
  5. Brain Health: Vitamin D is critical for keeping the brain healthy. Studies show that vitamin D supports cognitive health throughout life.5*

Want to learn more?

Read our blog: The Truth About Vitamin D and Immunity by Dr. Jonny Bowden.

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Seriously Delicious Vitamin D3 125 mcg, 5,000 IU with fat included

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Are You Vitamin D Deficient?

It is estimated that one billion people worldwide are vitamin D deficient6 and that 77% of the US population is vitamin D deficient.7

Our bodies produce vitamin D3 when our skin is exposed to sunlight. People at higher risk for deficiency include those who:

Are over the age of 75 Use Sunscreen regularly Spend most of the time indoors Have dark skin Live at high latitude






Vitamin D2 vs. D3

What's the difference? Vitamin D3, found in foods like salmon, egg yolks and butter, is preferable to vitamin D2, since D3 is better absorbed by the body and is superior for raising vitamin D blood levels.8 Most fortified foods contain the less expensive (and less effective) D2. When in doubt, look to nature: it’s vitamin D3 (not D2) that’s formed in your body when skin is exposed to sunlight.