Innate Response Vitamin D3 5000 IU

60 Capsules
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Vitamin D3 5,000 IU by Innate Response Formulas boosts your body's D3 levels and provides vitamins K1 and K2 for optimal health. Orders yours now.
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    Product Details

    Brand: Innate Response

    Product Code: vitamin-d3-5000-iu-INR

    Servings per Container: 60

    Quantity per Container: 60 Capsules

    Give Your Vitamin D Levels a Boost the Natural Way

    Vitamin D is one of the most important nutrients in the human body. Produced mostly when skin is exposed to sunlight, it's no wonder that deficiencies can exist during the winter months when there's little sunlight. That's when supplements can be most helpful.

    Vitamin D3 5,000 IU from Innate Response Supplement offers a healthy dose of vitamin D3, as well as vitamins K1 and K2, which are FoodState nutrients. FoodState nutrients are the most complete whole food nutrients your body can get.

    Key Product Details:

    • The vitamin D3 and vitamin K1 and K2 potencies are balanced for optimal health benefits
    • The FoodState nutrient forms offer support for optimal absorption and use inside your body
    • This supplement is made in the United States and it GMP compliant

    Suffering from a vitamin D deficiency? Give your body a healthy boost! Order your bottle of Vitamin D3 5,000 IU from Innate Response Formulas today and give your body the nutrients it needs to keep you healthy.

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    Eva D.

    Good product

    I like that it has the k3 incl in a small pill. I think it's food based.

    Not medical or professional advice