Hi, I have seen a few companies that sell sub-lingual vitamin D3. I was wondering, is there any evidence that this is better, or more completely absorbed? I was a bit cautious, for one thing, knowing that D3 is fat soluble. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Asked by  Michael on August 1, 2015

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  • Michael
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  • IAW
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    I do know that besides capsules that there are “sprays” (spray in your mouth) you can get that people say are effective. Cost wise I do not know how they compare. Also if you have some kind of “malabsorption” issue, then you may need to take a different approach as to how your Vitamin D is delivered to your system.
    Also keep in mind that not all Vitamin D supplements are considered equal. This means some studies have shown a difference in how much actual Vitamin D is in the supplement compared to what the label says.

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  • Michael
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    Thanks, I know that some people and the companies say they are effective, but just wondering as to any objective absorption data out there? From the looks of it, there isnt any?

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