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Vitamin D 4,000 IU, Maximum Strength Vitamin D3 Supplement, 365 Softgels - £6.99 Sold by VitaPremium and Fulfilled by Amazon Prime
Posted 14th Oct 2020

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Decent low price here for a year's supply of the vital Vitamin.

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  • MAXIMUM STRENGTH - Our Vitamin D supplement offers 4,000 IU per softgel to give you more of the "sunshine vitamin" your body needs. Don't be fooled by many other brands who offer a weaker formulation Vitamin D3 tablets.
  • NO ARTIFICIAL INGREDIENTS - MADE IN THE UK. We care about how your vitamins are made and what's in them. Vitamin D3 from VitaPremium is manufactured with zero artificial ingredients, right here in the UK to the highest manufacturing standards in the world.
  • FULL YEAR'S SUPPLY - Take just one 4,000 IU Vitamin D3 softgel capsule per day – no need to remind yourself to take multiple tablets throughout the day. For your convenience, each bottle includes 365 softgels. This gives you a full year's supply, so you won't need to re-order again for at least a year.
  • EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR VITAMIN D DEFICIENCIES. In addition to providing a healthy Vitamin D balance for adults, Vitamin D3 from VitaPremium may also be ideal for those who are deficient in Vitamin D. According to the National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE ), approximately 10 million people in England alone are low in Vitamin D and are advised by medical professionals to consider taking a daily supplement.

Hope it helps someone.
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I'd be weary of cheap vitamins, full of other crap to bulk it out, plus seem a lot lot cheaper than other d3, has to be a reason why
This company gets 2 out of 5 stars on "fakespot" reviews, so that's not a good start :/
corfunewlife14/10/2020 11:51

This company gets 2 out of 5 stars on "fakespot" reviews, so that's not a …This company gets 2 out of 5 stars on "fakespot" reviews, so that's not a good start :/


40% unreliable reviews on fakespot itself, which isn't a good start either IMHO
I just bought the ones in Aldi yesterday for £2.50, what's the difference?
Yeah I did spot that, but buying Vits on-line is a real minefield, you seldom know if you're getting what you need, these days I just wait for the Holland and Barret 1p sales so I am sure what's going in my body
ando14/10/2020 11:44

plus seem a lot lot cheaper than other d3, has to be a reason why



There's several brands on Amazon with 4000 IU, years supply, D3 in the £9-10 price range.
DJSyko14/10/2020 11:56

I just bought the ones in Aldi yesterday for £2.50, what's the difference?


I'm guessing the difference is that it's has 8-9 times the amount of vitamin D per tablet? So are these Aldi ones pretty much useless then? Obviously not a expert at these things, I just know I needed vitamin D.
I’ve been using Nu u which have been great
Good price, but be careful buying vitamins from an unknown company, as far as I am aware there is little to no regulation on vitamins in the UK. I would always pay a little more and buy from a reputable company. Ideal strength if you get very little vitamin D in your diet or other vitamins. I take a multivitamin and top up with 2500 IU.
That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of vitamin D toxicity is a buildup of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia), which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Vitamin D toxicity might progress to bone pain and kidney problems, such as the formation of calcium stones. Ref: mayoclinic.org/hea…108
corfunewlife14/10/2020 11:57

Yeah I did spot that, but buying Vits on-line is a real minefield, you …Yeah I did spot that, but buying Vits on-line is a real minefield, you seldom know if you're getting what you need, these days I just wait for the Holland and Barret 1p sales so I am sure what's going in my body


Not saying this brand posted is decent but Holland and Barrett aren't that much better with their bulking agents and artificial sugars in their ingredients. You are right about vitamins online being a minefield though.
corfunewlife14/10/2020 11:57

Yeah I did spot that, but buying Vits on-line is a real minefield, you …Yeah I did spot that, but buying Vits on-line is a real minefield, you seldom know if you're getting what you need, these days I just wait for the Holland and Barret 1p sales so I am sure what's going in my body


Holland and barrett do not do gelcaps which is what you should be buying. Gelcaps can only be bought online
Moneyspider14/10/2020 12:23

That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of …That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of vitamin D toxicity is a buildup of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia), which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Vitamin D toxicity might progress to bone pain and kidney problems, such as the formation of calcium stones. Ref: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/vitamin-d-toxicity/faq-20058108#:~:text=The main consequence of vitamin,the formation of calcium stones.



From your link "Taking 60,000 international units (IU) a day of vitamin D for several months has been shown to cause toxicity." You would need to take 15 of these tablets every day to get to that level.
Moneyspider14/10/2020 12:23

That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of …That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of vitamin D toxicity is a buildup of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia), which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Vitamin D toxicity might progress to bone pain and kidney problems, such as the formation of calcium stones. Ref: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/vitamin-d-toxicity/faq-20058108#:~:text=The main consequence of vitamin,the formation of calcium stones.


This is nowhere near high enough to cause vitamin D toxicity. Infact the recommended intake is far too low. I've heard talks by top doctors who recommend 4000 IU as a good daily base.
4000 IU is the top amount recommended by the NHS for adults , I recently had painful neuropathy in my feet and assumed it was my type 2 diabetes playing up, but turned out to be Vitamin D deficiency. Didn't even know it was a thing before that. After 2 months of prescribed high dose Vitamin D tablets to get things back to normal, l take a regular tablet 1250 IU and appears more than sufficient. A daily 4000 IU tablet seems a bit of overkill to me.
Edited by: "sotv" 14th Oct
These are really good enough for anybody on a budget
sotv14/10/2020 12:32

4000 IU is the top amount recommended by the NHS for adults , I recently …4000 IU is the top amount recommended by the NHS for adults , I recently had a painful neuropathy in my feet and assumed it was my type 2 diabetes playing up, but turned out to be Vitamin D deficiency. Didn't even know it was a thing before that. After 2 months of prescribed high dose Vitamin D tablets to get things back to normal, l take a regular tablet 1250 IU and appears more than sufficient. A daily 4000 IU tablet seems a bit of overkill to me.



But it's very highly unlikely to do you any harm.
All but D3 must bé taken with K2 to channel it where it's supposed to go .

100 k2 = 1000iu
And remember your magnesium! If you're taking high dose Vitamin D without magnesium, you're gonna have a bad time...
Stick to Holland and Barretts they have offers all the time.
sotv14/10/2020 12:32

4000 IU is the top amount recommended by the NHS for adults , I recently …4000 IU is the top amount recommended by the NHS for adults , I recently had painful neuropathy in my feet and assumed it was my type 2 diabetes playing up, but turned out to be Vitamin D deficiency. Didn't even know it was a thing before that. After 2 months of prescribed high dose Vitamin D tablets to get things back to normal, l take a regular tablet 1250 IU and appears more than sufficient. A daily 4000 IU tablet seems a bit of overkill to me.


That sounds similar to what happened to my dad (RIP). He wasn't T2 diabetic but had constant knee 'aches'. He just put it down to wear & tear and his age, but when he was in hospital the doctor prescribed him a high dose of Vitamin D and after a while his knee pain was gone. He called it his miracle cure after suffering for years with it.
Moneyspider14/10/2020 12:23

That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of …That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of vitamin D toxicity is a buildup of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia), which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Vitamin D toxicity might progress to bone pain and kidney problems, such as the formation of calcium stones. Ref: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/vitamin-d-toxicity/faq-20058108#:~:text=The main consequence of vitamin,the formation of calcium stones.



wrong so wrong you can mitigate it with good quality k2, most of you on here are low on mag, pot and vitamin d3
Moneyspider14/10/2020 12:23

That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of …That's a very high dose - too high in fact. The main consequence of vitamin D toxicity is a buildup of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia), which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Vitamin D toxicity might progress to bone pain and kidney problems, such as the formation of calcium stones. Ref: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/vitamin-d-toxicity/faq-20058108#:~:text=The main consequence of vitamin,the formation of calcium stones.


i think you need to read your own link before you post such tosh!
DJSyko14/10/2020 11:56

I just bought the ones in Aldi yesterday for £2.50, what's the difference?


I got one too for £2.49.
The difference is the strength, the Aldi one has 12.5 micro gram of Vitamin D3 per tablet, the one above 4000IU which is apparently 100 micro gram, which is 8x stronger! And as with Vitamins too much can cause overdose.
Another one is number of pills, the Aldi one has 105 pills, the one above 365, so per pill the Aldi one comes more expensive.

I think I will stick to Aldi one as it has less, following NHS website:
"adults need 10 micrograms of vitamin D a day" - then Aldi one is slightly above, whereas the Amazon one is 10x more then recommended!
andiron8714/10/2020 13:44

I got one too for £2.49.The difference is the strength, the Aldi one has …I got one too for £2.49.The difference is the strength, the Aldi one has 12.5 micro gram of Vitamin D3 per tablet, the one above 4000IU which is apparently 100 micro gram, which is 8x stronger! And as with Vitamins too much can cause overdose.Another one is number of pills, the Aldi one has 105 pills, the one above 365, so per pill the Aldi one comes more expensive.I think I will stick to Aldi one as it has less, following NHS website:"adults need 10 micrograms of vitamin D a day" - then Aldi one is slightly above, whereas the Amazon one is 10x more then recommended!


Cheers. Yeah, I think I will just stick with the Aldi ones for now. I don't have a deficiency or anything, I'm not getting out much these days with uni work so just wanted something that will help with the lack of sunlight lol
This triggers migraines in some..
Local independent pharmacy may stock hux d3. If you're advised to take daily vit d you can take 1 X 20000 unit hux d3 every 4 weeks. Box of 30 around fiver.
Daily requirement if not already low is 800 IU per day. If you must take this then take 1 capsule every week only. Best take calcium with it.
SupremeJJ14/10/2020 12:50

And remember your magnesium! If you're taking high dose Vitamin D without …And remember your magnesium! If you're taking high dose Vitamin D without magnesium, you're gonna have a bad time...



I hate people who just say stuff and don't back it up. What will happen? What bad stuff? Any science to back up what you are claiming?
dewonderful14/10/2020 15:19

I hate people who just say stuff and don't back it up. What will happen? …I hate people who just say stuff and don't back it up. What will happen? What bad stuff? Any science to back up what you are claiming?

betteryou.com/hea…ts/
dewonderful14/10/2020 15:19

I hate people who just say stuff and don't back it up. What will happen? …I hate people who just say stuff and don't back it up. What will happen? What bad stuff? Any science to back up what you are claiming?


don't trust a single comment here it's a website for deciding if the price is good or not - but for that comments are not needed.. there's a heat meter
Not suitable for vegan/vegetarian
Paid-in-full14/10/2020 16:13

Not suitable for vegan/vegetarian


Or strict Hindus as this uses Bovine Gelatine. Vit. D is now available in liquid form which gets round the gelcap issue.
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