D Sufficiency™ Vitamin D Drops

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  • 500,000 IU's per bottle
  • Naturally Occurring (D3) from lanolin 500iu/drop (1000 Drops/Bottle)
  • Delivered in 100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC OLIVE OIL!
  • Essential for All Ages
  • Easy to use dropper included
  • World's Premier Vitamin D supplement

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Directions for Use:

Amount: 2 drops or 1000 IUs per 40 lbs/18 kgs of body weight
Adults: (e.g. 160 lb adult 8 drops/4000 IUs: 200 lb adult 10 drops/5000 IUs)
Children: (e.g. 40 lb child 2 drops/1000 IUs: 80 lb child 4 drops/2000 IUs)

Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.

The issue of Vitamin D deficiency as a major causal factor in immune system related illnesses ranging from seasonal cold and flu, to heart disease, to cancer, to atopic and autoimmune disorders has received a lot of attention in the last few years. Clinical journals as well as the mainstream media have been reporting evidence that modern industrialized humans are severely deficient in Vitamin D and that this deficiency is a major contributing factor to illness and lack of health and vitality.

What does vitamin D do and why is it so important for wellness and prevention?

Before we discuss the evidence regarding vitamin D sufficiency and health and vitamin D deficiency and illness let’s first look at the basic science regarding the importance of vitamin D for human immune function and health. A basic understanding of why vitamin D is a genetic human requirement for wellness and prevention will allow greater understanding of why vitamin D supplementation is required.

The innate immune system is the component of our immune system that is genetically programmed to respond to antigens (viruses, bacteria, fungi, and any other threatening non-self invaders). The innate immune system uses what are termed effectors that are genetically coded to respond to antigens or invaders. The most studied of these effectors are named antimicrobial peptides or AMPs. AMPs not only attack the invaders they also trigger tissue repair and activate the adaptive or acquired immune system (the branch of the immune system that creates antibodies to specific antigens after exposure).

Recent research has shown that vitamin D up-regulates the genetic expression of AMPs in immune cells. Vitamin D also plays an important role in controlling the inflammatory response initiated by specialized immune cells called macrophages. A deficiency of vitamin D means deficient control of inflammation. In the skin vitamin D also activates the immune system against antigens.

"Thus, vitamin D both enhances the local capacity of the epithelium to rapidly produce endogenous antibiotics and, at the same time, dampens certain arms of adaptive immunity, especially those responsible for the signs and symptoms of acute inflammation." Cannell et al. 2008 Cod Liver Oil, Vitamin A Toxicity, Frequent Respiratory Infections, and the Vitamin D Deficiency Epidemic. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 117 (11): 864-870

Please read our newsletter outlining the benefits of Vitamin D.


1 What is vitamin D? View
2 What is the role of vitamin D in the human body? View
3 Why is vitamin D genetically required for wellness and prevention in humans? View
4 Why is vitamin D required by Everybody – Everyday – For Life™? View
5 Can Vitamin D deficiency lead to serious illness? View
6 What are the symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency? View
7 What diseases are associated with Vit D deficiency? View
8 What are the sources of vitamin D? How do we get sufficient amounts? View
9 What are other food sources of vitamin D? View
10 Why is there an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency? View
11 How much vitamin D do I need? View
12 If the Vitamin D is made from lanolin, where does the lanolin come from? View
13 Why did Innate Choice choose to use Organic Olive Oil? View
14 Is D-Sufficiency safe for my whole family? View
15 What about vitamin D toxicity? View
16 What is the ideal blood level of 25 hydroxy vitamin D? View
17 Does Innate Choice® D-Sufficiency™ need to be refrigerated? View
18 What is the expected shelf life of D-Sufficiency™ drops? View
19 Why choose Innate Choice® Vitamin D? View
20 Can I take just cod liver oil to get my vitamin D? View
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Apr 22, 2011 Innate Choice - Species Wide and Species Specific: The Science and Paradigm of Wellness & Prevention Nutrition View
Oct 05, 2010 D-Sufficiency: Your Best D-FENCE Against Seasonal Colds and Flus View
May 10, 2010 Fruit and Vegetable Intake and Cancer Risk View
Nov 05, 2009 Vitamin D – What Everyone Needs to Know View
Dec 19, 2008 Innate Choice Healthy News - Volume 10: Making Good Choices in Health and Wellness Nutrition View
Jun 10, 2008 Innate Choice Healthy News - Volume 6: Omega-3’s and Probiotics for Summer Protection View

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