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…secosteroid. Vitamin D3 is naturally occurring in some foods but most of the time we get our Vitamin D3 from nutritional supplements or from direct exposure to sunlight. There are several forms of Vitamin D3, namely cholecalciferol and an inactive form: calcifediol which is often seen in blood when assessing Vitamin D3 status in the body and also calcitriol which is an active form of Vitamin D3. The history of Vitamin D3 dates back when a…

…grease to prevent corrosion. It is best as a softener for baseball gloves and as a lubricant for brass instruments. In vitamins, it is commonly used as a raw material for the production of cholecalciferol or [[Vitamin D3]]. Numerous studies have proven that lanolin does not cause allergies. The Cosmetic Ingredient Review reported that in 1996, there were 2,967 cosmetic formulations that were registered with the Food and Drug Administration,…

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