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Soybean oil and corn oil in Vitamin D gel-tablet supplement as "ingredients"– acceptable?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 04, 2012 at 2:58 AM

I found a Kirkland brand D3 supplement with 2000 IUs per softgel tab, but in the ingredients is listed Soybean Oil and Corn Oil.

Is this REALLY bad? Or will it be fine considering it's a tiny capsule and I only do one a day.

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Agreed. D3 is so cheap, there's little reason to buy on with crappy oils. Try Carlson's Solar D Gems. In a cod liver oil base, 2000 IU & 4000 IUs gel caps. Cheap on iherb.com.

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on August 04, 2012
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I personally would not take them but Im' pretty picky.

Its not going to kill you to finish the bottle Pin, just don't purchase those again is my advice.

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on August 04, 2012
at 08:31 AM

Agreed. D3 is so cheap, there's little reason to buy on with crappy oils. Try Carlson's Solar D Gems. In a cod liver oil base, 2000 IU & 4000 IUs gel caps. Cheap on iherb.com.

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on August 04, 2012
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I take D3 droplets in organic olive oil. I try to get the most stripped down version of the supplements I take. I personally wouldn't take a supplement with soybean or corn oil in it. If you've already bought it, there probably is no sense in throwing it away, but if you haven't bought it, there are other supplements out there without soybean or corn oil.

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