Ddrops, Baby Ddrops | Liquid Vitamin D3 (400IU/Drop x 90 Drops)
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400 IU of purified vitamin D3. Suitable for babies, specifically designed for breastfed infants.
Health Authorities recommend that all breastfed, healthy term babies receive a daily vitamin D supplement of 400 IU.
Made with your family in mind
vitamin D3 + coconut oil
Each drop contains:
Pure vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). The vitamin D3 in Ddrops® is naturally sourced from lanolin (sheep’s wool). Don’t worry, the sheep are not harmed, but they did feel a breeze. Ddrops® products are classified as vegetarian, suitable for 'lacto-ovo' vegetarian use.
Fractionated coconut oil is used as a carrier to help your body absorb the vitamin D. This is what makes Ddrops® tasteless, odourless, and free from most common allergens.
- Easy-to-use liquid drop
- Made with only two naturally sourced ingredients, pure vitamin D3 and fractionated coconut oil.
- Recommended intake in just one tasteless drop.
- Free from preservatives, additives, artificial flavours, colours and common allergens.
- Babies need vitamin D for healthy growth and development.
Why Vitamin D?
Vitamin D helps develop strong bones, muscles, and teeth. Your body produces vitamin D, which helps it to absorb calcium and phosphorus from food that you eat.
Where do I get Vitamin D?
Vitamin D comes from two main resources: direct sunshine and select foods.
When the sun is strong, many people are advised to stay out of direct sunlight without sunblock. Sunblock keeps your skin safe from harmful UV rays, but it also blocks your body’s ability to produce vitamin D.
Few foods are naturally high in vitamin D and some have vitamins added to them (fortified foods). You can find vitamin D in foods like eggs, milk and fish - just to name a few.
How much vitamin D do I need?
The answer depends on several factors, including your age and where you live.
To get enough vitamin D from the sun or food alone is difficult. For example, you (the average person) will need to eat at least a carton of eggs* just to get your minimum daily intake. That’s a lot of eggs! This is why supplements are a welcomed option.