Vitamin D 5000 in Avocado Oil
Mini Softgels. New Zealand Avocados
Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin D3 5000IU

Supports Bone Health †
Supports Dental Health †
Supports Immune System †
Supports Healthy Muscle Function †

Vitamin D 5000 in Avocado Oil
Mini Softgels. New Zealand Avocados
Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin D3 5000IU

Supports Bone Health †
Supports Dental Health †
Supports Immune System †
Supports Healthy Muscle Function †

Vitamin D 5000 in Avocado Oil
Mini Softgels. New Zealand Avocados
Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin D3 5000IU

Supports Bone Health †
Supports Dental Health †
Supports Immune System †
Supports Healthy Muscle Function †



"The Only Vitamin D3 in the world like it"

World's most important Vitamin... 1 mini softgel

Vitamin D3 5000 No D2. No Soy.

No other nutrient or drug has gained more scientific credibility than vitamin D.

Low vitamin D levels are linked to almost all age-related issues including cancer, vascular disease, and chronic inflammation.

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Avocado Oil

Cold-Pressed, Extra-Virgin

There are four fat-soluble vitamins that humans need: vitamins A, D, E, and K. All the other vitamins are water-soluble.
Fat solubility affects two primary things: how well the vitamin is absorbed with fat-containing meals, and how long it’s stored in your body.

Dietary fat increases Vitamin D3 absorption. (1)
Once the health supplement industry found out fat will increase Vitamin D3 absorption they started adding olive oil and coconut oil to their Vitamin D3 supplements. The issue is that those fats are saturated fats.

What is the best fat source to take with Vitamin D3?
Simple avocado oil. It contains some of the healthiest fats in the world. Rich in Oleic Acid, a Very Healthy Fat. It also contains polyunsaturated fat, another healthy fat.

Why you should STOP taking other Vitamin D pills now...


Many Vitamin D3 supplements contain Soy. Soy contains estrogen-like compounds called isoflavones. And some findings suggested that these compounds could promote the growth of some cancer cells, impair female fertility, and mess with thyroid function.


Common vegetarian Vitamin D supplements are Vitamin D2, which is a derivative of ergosterol and is not produced by land plants or vertebrates. The healthy debate continues regarding whether D2 offers equivalent efficacy to D3 in the body, with the majority of the Scientific community suggesting Vitamin D3 is superior. Having reviewed a vast amount of published research, our conclusion is that Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) is the best form of Vitamin D for the body.

What does Vitamin D3 do?

Vitamin D is important for great overall health. It’s also an important factor in making sure your muscles, heart, lungs and brain work well and that your body can fight infection.

Your body can make its own Vitamin D3 from sunlight. You can also get Vitamin D3 from supplements.

How does Vitamin D3 work?

When your skin is exposed to the sun, it produces vitamin D and sends it to your liver. If you take supplements contain vitamin D, your gut also sends the vitamin D to your liver. From here, your liver changes it to a substance called 25(OH)D. When your doctor talks about your vitamin D levels, he means the amount of 25(OH)D you have in your blood.

This chemical is sent all over your body where different tissues, including your kidney, turn it into activated vitamin D. This activated vitamin D is now ready to perform its duties. From here, it gets a little complicated, but you can think of activated vitamin D working in two ways:

  1. Manages calcium in your blood, bones and gut
  2. Helps cells all over your body to communicate properly

As you can see, vitamin D goes a long way and without vitamin D, your body can’t perform at its best.

Am I Vitamin D deficient?

If your body doesn’t get enough vitamin D to keep it healthy, this is called vitamin D deficiency. Severe vitamin D deficiency can sometimes cause cause soft, thin, and brittle bones. A long-term lack of vitamin D has also been linked to conditions such as cancer, asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, Alzheimer’s, and autoimmune diseases.

The best way to know is to get your vitamin D blood levels. There’s home kits you can order for as low as $25.

What are the symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency?

There are many since Vitamin D3 is very important to the human body but here are the more common symptoms:
- Fatigue
- Muscle pain or weakness
- Joint pain
- Weight gain
- High blood pressure
- Restless sleep
- Poor concentration
- Headaches
- Bladder problems
- Constipation or diarrhea

Can I take 5000IU of Vitamin D3?

As always, we recommend speaking with your trusted health practitioner, however The Vitamin D Council recommends everyone take at least 5000IU’s daily to meet modern D3 needs.

What factors might contribute to a deficiency of vitamin D?

Insufficient sun exposure

It is especially important for individuals with limited sun exposure to take a vitamin D3 supplement daily. Homebound individuals, people living in northern latitudes, individuals who wear clothing that completely covers the body, and individuals who always use sunscreen or work in occupations that prevent exposure to sunlight are at significant risk for vitamin D deficiency.

Does obesity affect Vitamin D levels?

Obesity is also associated with vitamin D deficiency. Since vitamin D is fat-soluble, it can be taken into fat cells and stored, thus making it potentially less available in our body's metabolism. Production of vitamin D may also be reduced in obese individuals. For example, in one study, when normal and obese subjects were exposed to the same amount of radiation from natural sunlight, obese subjects only produced 55% the amount of vitamin D as normal weight subjects.

Do older people need more Vitamin D?

As you age, the production of vitamin D precursors in the skin decreases, and the kidney is less able to convert vitamin D to its active hormone form.

Why is there an epidemic of Vitamin D deficiency?

It is estimated that anywhere from 71 to 98% of Americans, depending upon their age and community living environments, are deficient in Vitamin D. More than half of all American children are vitamin deficient. Supposedly almost 3/4s of pregnant women are vitamin D deficient, predisposing their unborn children to all sorts of problems. Worldwide, it is estimated that the epidemic of vitamin D deficiency affects one billion people.

No one is exactly sure why this is happening apart from the fact that we spend too much time indoors and when we go out into the sun, we lather sunscreen on ourselves.