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Garden of Life Vitamin Code Raw D3 5000 IU (60 Vegetarian Capsules)

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Vitamin Code RAW Vitamin D3 is different from any other vitamin D nutritional supplement available today. In following with the Vitamin Code philosophy, RAW Vitamin D3 is a gluten- and dairy-free, whole food Vitamin D complex delivered in a base of Organic Green Cracked Wall Chlorella (powder color may vary from tan to green) with live probiotics and enzymes, and no binders or fillers. More importantly, Vitamin Code RAW D3 is a raw source of vitamin D3.
  • COLOR MAY VARY FROM TAN TO GREEN: We recently transitioned from Golden Cracked Wall Chlorella to Organic Green Cracked-Wall Chlorella, so the color of the powder in the capsules may be tan or green. (Product with Green Chlorella will be noted with a "NOW with Organic Green Cracked-Wall Chlorella" sticker on the product box carton.)
  • RAW VITAMIN D3: The only RAW, whole food, vegetarian Vitamin D3 delivered in a lipid base of Cracked Wall Chlorella – plus live probiotics and enzymes for optimal absorption and digestion
  • BONE HEALTH: This RAW food-created Vitamin D3 provides bone and joint support, colon and digestive support, memory & concentration, breast & prostate health, proper cell replication and immune system support
  • NATURAL VITAMIN D: Easily metabolized Vitamin D3 is preferred over D2 since it's in the form that comes from the most natural source possible--the sun and our food
  • VEGETARIAN VITAMIN: Our real food D3 vitamin is RAW, Vegetarian, Gluten Free, and Dairy Free with No Binders or Fillers

Directions: Adults take 1 capsule daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Best when taken with a meal. The capsule may be opened and contents may be added to water or raw juice. Not intended for children.

          *Please note: these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This product cannot replace your doctor’s prescription medicine.

           

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