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Vegetable oil in vitamin supplement

Answered on February 09, 2014
Created February 09, 2014 at 12:26 AM

Hi! I bought a 10,000 DUI vitamin D3 supplement that comes in a soft gel. The only ingredients are safflower oil, gelatin, and sunflower oil. The alternative was a tablet that only comes in up to 2,000DUI and contains far more ingredients, including corn starch and a bunch of chemicals. I know that vitamin d has to be taken with fat, so I thought the oils would be the better, if not perfect, option. It's a very small soft gel. Any thoughts? Should I have gotten the tablet to avoid the oils even though it has no fat and less DUI?

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That's such a minuscule amount of vegetable oils, you're fine. I like thorne's products -- http://thorne.com/Products/Circulatory-Support/Cardiovascular_Health/prd~D168.jsp

They're good about avoiding magnesium stearate.

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