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Amazon has 100-Count Nature Made Vitamin D3 1,000 IU Liquid Softgels for $2.32 after 'clipped' $1 off coupon (clipped automatically though link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks GiveMeDeals

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Edited May 4, 2016 at 11:33 AM by mlacey3
Amazon.com has the 100 count bottle of Nature Made Vitamin D3 1,000 I.u. Liquid Softgels for $2.32 after applying the $1.00 off coupon available on the product page and basic Subscribe & Save (or as low as $1.97 after coupon and five Subscribe & Save orders).


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#3
something tells me $2 for 100 pills can't be good quality...
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something tells me $2 for 100 pills can't be good quality...
Its one of the lowest doses you can get and only 100, i don't think it has to do with quality problem but hey who knows.
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1000iu is pretty good. most people <65 yo recommended dose is 800iu/day. for those elderly folks, can be up to 1200iu, that's if your maintaining after loading with the 50,000iu once weekly dose x 1 month. be careful with vitamins A,D,E,K. They are fat soluble so if you over ingest you could theoretically get toxicity (never seen one in practice though). As for quality, nature's made it one of the best in the business, due to them being USP certified. The vast majority of supplements ingredients are not verified by any regulatory agency, meaning no one can tell you if what's on the label is actually in the dosage form, but if the company wants to go the extra mile they can get certified by the USP who will ensure the contents match the label.
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Last edited by ScrewedUpSmitty May 4, 2016 at 05:47 PM
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Nature Made is, in fact, one of the more respected supplement manufacturers out there. (Check Google). Judging quality by price alone isn't always a good idea.
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#7
I don't even know why anybody even makes 1000iu for vitamin D.
If you had your blood work done and your doctor found that you are either insufficient or deficient, you need way more than 1000iu per day.
Of course, you could take 5 pills to fulfill 5000iu, but that would mean that you paid $2.32 for just 20 daily doses.

Nevertheless, for some unknown reason you needed 1000iu pills, this is a good deal.
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Quote from ScrewedUpSmitty View Post :
1000iu is pretty low. most people <65 yo recommended dose is 8000iu/day. that's if your maintaining after loading with the 50,000iu once weekly dose x 1 month. be careful with vitamins A,D,E,K. They are fat soluble so if you over ingest you could theoretically get toxicity (never seen one in practice though). As for quality, nature's made it one of the best in the business, due to them being USP certified. The vast majority of supplements ingredients are not verified by any regulatory agency, meaning no one can tell you if what's on the label is actually in the dosage form, but if the company wants to go the extra mile they can get certified by the USP who will ensure the contents match the label.
Good info. You can never be too careful with supplements. Like you said, they are not strictly regulated. Always look for USP certified when buying supplements.
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#9
Nature's Made has a solid A ranking for their 1000iu D3 pills:

https://labdoor.com/rankings/vitamin-d

As always, consult your doctor and do your own research on supplements. This would be a good place to start:

https://examine.com/supplements/vitamin-d/
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#10
This is an add-on item. You have to spend a minimum, correct?
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Quote from ScrewedUpSmitty View Post :
1000iu is pretty low. most people <65 yo recommended dose is 8000iu/day. that's if your maintaining after loading with the 50,000iu once weekly dose x 1 month. be careful with vitamins A,D,E,K. They are fat soluble so if you over ingest you could theoretically get toxicity (never seen one in practice though). As for quality, nature's made it one of the best in the business, due to them being USP certified. The vast majority of supplements ingredients are not verified by any regulatory agency, meaning no one can tell you if what's on the label is actually in the dosage form, but if the company wants to go the extra mile they can get certified by the USP who will ensure the contents match the label.
I've never seen a recommendation of 8000iu a day in practice, so I'm not sure where you're seeing that.
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something tells me $2 for 100 pills can't be good quality...
Nature made is not good quality? Wow. What planet are you from and what is your IQ?
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I've never seen a recommendation of 8000iu a day in practice, so I'm not sure where you're seeing that.
correct. replied on a cell. its 800iu/day for youngsters. up to 1200iu for the elderly
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GMO. If you care that sort of thing.
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