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Cenovis Vitamin D3 1000IU 200 Tablets $7 (Minimum Qty: 2) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Same as this deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/546528 but with Minimum order Qty as 2

Good price for some Vitamin D tablets.

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  • +1 vote

    I'd much rather go with the 7000IU tablets once a week… remembering to have one everyday is problematic.

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      Dunno, some sites say not to have over 4000IU

      Unless your doctor recommends it, avoid taking more than 4,000 IU per day, which is considered the safe upper limit.
      https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/taking-too-mu...

      I think after awhile you would get used to taking a smaller dose daily.

      • +1 vote

        There is good evidence that supplementation with at least 800 international units (IU) of vitamin D3 per day, combined with calcium, is required to reduce the risk of fragility fractures, therefore 800 – 1000 IU daily is recommended (although the optimum daily requirement of vitamin D3 is not known).4,5,6 Weekly dosing (one week’s adult dose of vitamin D3 taken as a single weekly dose, i.e. 7000 IU) or monthly dosing (one month’s adult dose of vitamin D3 taken once a month, i.e. 30,000 IU) may be more convenient for some patients and has been shown to be safe.1,4,7

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      Just take 7 tablets once a week? It's fat soluble anyway and I have seen doctors prescribing much higher dose than that to be taken once a year or something. I personally take 4-5000IU per day.

      Disclaimer: IANADoctor

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      How about 28000IU tablets once a month?

  • +2 votes

    Bought. Thanks

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    Sunlight is free.

    But spending 15 min a day before 9am can be challenging for some. I go running for half an hour every day anyway. Just need to pick the right clothes that expose most of your hands and legs.

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      Check winter and having dark skin
      https://ptpimg.me/6eg0zv.png

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      The radiation the skin requires to synthesise vitamin D (UVB) is precisely the same radiation that most causes skin cancer - and is thus the type that is most blocked by skin protection like sunscreen or 'sun safe' clothing. So the 'free' sunlight is a shitty bargain compared to taking the tablets, since you're going to really pay for it later.

  • +2 votes

    Awesome deal. With all the scientific research coming out as to how beneficial Vit D is during this whole pandemic, I am genuinely shocked that it hasn't become super expensive and hard to track down. Alongside B12, this is one of those supplements that is just extremely beneficial to stay on top of.

  • +1 vote

    Same price at Coles this week ($7 each).