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…for a few days after you return. Acute support: 60 to 90 drops, 3 to 4 times per day in water or juice for 1 month. Are there any side effects or precautions? Do not use if you have a digestive system condition including Crohn disease, stomach or intestinal ulcers, or other digestive issues. If you are pregnant, nursing, have any health condition or are taking any medications, consult your doctor before use. Does it come with a guarantee? Yes!…


…takes place in the kidneys. This becomes impaired with decreased kidney function, and the kidney’s ability to convert vitamin D naturally decreases as we age; * Digestive tract issues - some conditions such as Crohn’s and IBS can impair ability of the intestines to absorb vitamin D (and other nutrients) from food; * Obesity - fat cells take up vitamin D readily from the circulation (as it is a fat-soluble vitamin), thus decreasing…

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