Jamieson Baby-D Vitamin D3 400 IU Droplets, 360 drops

When sun exposure presents a health risk to sensitive skin, how can your growing baby obtain the Vitamin D necessary to build strong bones and teeth?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Health Canada and the Canadian Paediatric Society agree that supplementation is the safest, most effective way for breastfed babies to receive this important nutrient. The current recommendation is 400 IU daily from birth for babies in temperate regions, and 800 IU daily for babies north of 55 degrees latitude.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Jamieson Baby-D™ Vitamin D3 400 IU Droplets come with a convenient, easy-to-use dropper that precisely dispenses 400 IU of pure Vitamin D every time. The droplets can be applied directly to a pacifier or nipple, or placed on your finger and rubbed inside your baby’s cheek. For older babies and toddlers, add the droplets to food or drinks.

Made with Quali™-D, which is the world’s finest natural Vitamin D3, this premium formula is free of artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, and it contains no salt, sugar, gluten or lactose.

Serving Size: 1-2 drops daily
Quantity: 360 drops

• Helps in normal development and maintenance of bones and teeth
• Helps in the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus
• Helps prevent vitamin D deficiency
• A factor in the maintenance of good health

Available as 360 droplets (11.7 mL).
Each droplet provides:
Vitamin D3………………………………………..10 mcg / 400 IU
Excipients: Corn Oil.


Drug Interactions
Anti-coagulant drugs, Calcium Channel Blockers, Magnesium-containing Antacids, Orlistat.

Nutrient Depletions
Corticosteroids, Anti-Asthmatic Drugs/Bronchodilators, Anti-cholesterol Drugs/HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors, Anti-tuberculosis drugs, Histamine (H2) blocking drugs, Progestins.

Supportive Interactions
Vitamin D works with calcium to maintain strong, healthy bones and teeth.                                                                                                        

None known when taken as directed.

Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Taking too much vitamin D can cause non-specific symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation, headache, poor appetite, weight loss, nausea, vomiting and extreme fatigue. Excess vitamin D can also increase blood levels of
calcium (hypercalcemia), potentially causing heartbeat irregularities and deposition of calcium and phosphate in the kidneys and soft tissues (i.e. muscles)


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