Get the Vitamin D3 you need without breaking dietary restrictions with these dairy-, soy-, and gluten-free supplements! The NuMedica Supplements Gluten Support Micellized D3 1200 is a natural soy-, gluten-, and dairy-free form of Vitamin D. This is a water-soluble micellized form, increasing the solubility, absorption, and bioavailability over other forms of Vitamin D3. This process makes them a highly absorbable form of Vitamin D3. Skip trying to find this at your local vitamin and supplements store and call us for more details!
Recommended Use: Adults take one drop per day mixed in 1–2 oz. water or juice or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
NuMedica Micellized D3 1200
1 drop (0.04ml) contains:
- Vitamin D-3 (as cholecalciferol) 1,200 IU
Deionized water, ethoxylated castor oil, glycerine, citric acid, grapefruit seed extract, potassium sorbate.
from Ashville, al asked:
March 18, 2020
what does Micellized mean? I had my d levels checked several years ago and it was extremely low as far as I know I haven't had it checked since. Have had to take iron awhile, I am cold a lot too. I want a liquid D for better absoprtion dont know what IU level I need. What liquid D is best for me?
Micellized means the particle size has been shrunk. The NuMedica vitamin D you have referenced here is an excellent choice. You could take 5000 IUs per day for a couple months and then do a follow-up blood test to see if your levels are coming up to 70 or 80 which is where we want to see it.
on March 19, 2020
from CA asked:
February 6, 2020
Vitamin D gives me a weird side effect of extreme fatigue for 12 to 24 hours after taking it. Vitamin B does the same, especially B-6. My labs show I am deficient in Vitamin D but aside from sitting in the sun everyday, I don't know how to find a D supplement that will not give me this problem and not make me unable to function at work. I've tried liquid D3 1000 iu with fish oil and this helps somewhat but I need more than 1000 iu. Have you heard of this side effect and do you have any recommendations?
These reactions to vitamin D aren't common but we have seen them from time to time. We have had good luck with Biotics Bio-D-Mulsion. You can call 775-461-0576 to order. Start with 1/2 drop (put a drop in a little water and drink half of that) and then work up to a few drops. Be sure to monitor you blood levels of D. We like to see it around 80 for most people.
on February 7, 2020
Mary Von Ahnen
from Texas asked:
August 24, 2018
Hi. My son has been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. His insulin level is at 37; apparently normal is 5. A friend has recommended 8,000 to 10,000 units of micelized D3 daily. Her daughter has type 1 diabetes, and D3 has been tremendously helpful in stabilizing her insulin levels. What are your thoughts on this? She also recommended Turmeric and milk thistle pills. Would appreciate your guidance.
Not sure of all the facts but I would guess we are talking about a brewing Type 1 diabetes situation. In that case you will need to support the immune system to minimize the autoimmune reaction. D3 is certainly part of the equation. We like to see levels close to 80. Most MD's are happy with something over 25 but our experience does not show that to be adequate. We do have some liquid D3 preparations including DaVinci and Biotics Bio-D Mulsion. How much you take will be a trial and error process looking at blood tests to tell you how you are doing. It also depends on the age of the person we are dealing with. Smaller people will need less. Adults usually need 5,000 to 10,000 a day to keep good blood levels.
The other key component is glutathione. For a child, the best way to increase that would probably be NuMedica Liposomal Glutathione and/or Lifewave Glutathione Patches.
Turmeric and milk thistle can be helpful but I would begin with the D3 and glutathione and then add these after a month or two. Let us know how it goes.
on August 27, 2018