Natural Factors Mega Halibut Liver Oil, 90 softgels

Natural Factors Mega Halibut Liver Oil, 90 softgels

Natural Factors

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Feature Summary  

Halibut liver oil is an execellent source of preformed vitamins A and D and is easier for the bosy to use than beta carotene for some people with digestive disorders. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that promotes healing and helps to boost the immune system. It benefits the eyees as well as soft tissue.

Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, is also fat-soluble and acts as a hormone to assist the body's absorption and utilization of calcium. It helps bones and teeth, stablizes the nervous system and helps the blood and cardiovascular system and muscles. Recent research shows that vitamin D has a profound impact on many body systems and may even help tp prevent many kinds of cancer.

Although gish liver oils are excellent sources of preformed vitamin A, they should not be relied on as a source of essential fatty acids. You would consume too much vitamin A and D before getting what your body requires in omega oils.

Natural Factor's Mega Halibut Liver Oil uses advanced molecular distillation processing methods to protect the purity of our product while ensuring that there is no heavy metal or chemical contamination.

Features & Benefits

  • Promotes proper visual function
  • Supports immune system activity
  • Necessary for growth and development
  • Essential for reproduction
  • Supports skin and mucus membranes integrity
  • Promotes healthy bones and teeth
  • Helps cardiovascular system and muscles

Ingredients

Each softgel contains
Vitamin A (palmitate)  - 3025 mcg RAE (10,000 IU)
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)      - 10 mcg (400 IU)

Non-medicinal ingredients
Softgel (gelatin, glycerin, purified water), soybean oil, vitamin E

 

AdditionalInformation

Children: Suitable for children when higher amounts of vitamins A and D are required. 

Pregnancy and Nursing: Pregnant women should not take more than 5,000 IU of vitamin A daily due to the possible risk of birth defects with higher doses of vitamin A. Doses above 5,000 IU are also not recommended while lactating. 

Seniors: No special precautions are known.

 

 

 


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