D3 Adult Gummies
Most experts agree that it’s best to get your vitamins and minerals from food whenever possible. But in the case of vitamin D, that can be tough.
Yes, you can get vitamin D from a handful of foods like eggs, fortified milk or cereal, fatty fish such as salmon, and some mushrooms. And yes, your body can also make vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sunlight. But for many of us, that’s not enough. Research shows many Americans are vitamin D deficient, says Arielle Levitan, M.D., author of The Vitamin Solution.
These widely available, sweet, fruit-flavored gummies taste great, but they’re made without high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, sweeteners, or synthetic dyes. “They’re easy to take on the go,” Largeman-Roth says. A bottle delivers a 75-day supply, and the gummies are USP-verified. Just keep in mind that a 2000 IU serving is two gummies, not a single gummy, so be sure to take two if your goal is to consume 2000 IUs per day.
Vitamin D3 Gummies
These 1,000 IU gummies get their wild berry flavor (and purple color) from fruits and veggies, and they’re sweetened naturally with organic tapioca syrup and cane sugar. They’re free of fillers and additives and have earned a stamp of approval from NSF International. You’ll get a four-month supply in each bottle.