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  • 400 IU Vitamin D3 Per Drop
  • Naturally Sourced From Lanolin
  • The Measured Dropper - Easy To Add To Breast Milk or Formula
  • Surpass The Strictest International Standards For Purity & Freshness
  • Made in Canada, NPN # 80086839

180 Drops


Supplement Facts

  • Serving Size :

    One Drop (0.03ml)

  • Servings Per Bottle :

    About 180

  • Amount Per Serving :
    Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)

    % Daily Value *
    400 I.U.
      100 %

  • *Daily value for infants & children under 2 years of age.

Other Ingredients: Medium Chain Triglyceride Oil. No Gluten, Milk Derivatives, or Artificial Colors or Flavors. No Preservatives, Soy Free.

Certificate of Origin: Vitamin D3 (Switzerland)

Suggested use

For infants and children, one drop daily, or as directed by your pediatrician or healthcare professional.

Caution:Never administer this product by putting dropper bottle into infant’s mouth, or by dropping liquid directly into infant’s mouth.

  • Vitamin is...

    Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for babies. Since sun exposure isn’t recommended for babies, supplementing with vitamin D3 drops is an excellent way to make sure your little one is getting enough of this important vitamin. The American Academy of Pediatrics and Taiwan Pediatric Association both recommend that all babies receive 400 IU of vitamin D3 daily—easily met with just one drop of our BABE D3.

    Real Promise Product Babe D3 Vitamin D Sources and Benefits Infographic
    Real Promise Product Babe D3 Vitamin D Sources and Benefits Infographic
  • Sources of vitamin D...

    Vitamin D is not found naturally in many commonly consumed foods. However, both plant and animal based sources of vitamin D exist. Fatty fish, such as salmon, and mackerel are the main sources of naturally occurring vitamin D. There is also a small amount of vitamin D found in egg yolks, pork, deli meats, and beef liver. These only provide approximately 30-88 IU of vitamin D, while the daily recommendation is set at 600 IU per day. Mushrooms are the only plant food found in nature that can synthesize vitamin D. However, edible mushroom (such as white button, crimini, portabello) in most retail grocery stores are not likely to contain enough vitamin D2 (under 20 IU per 100 g).

    It will take 17 sardines, 16 eggs, 4 glasses of milk, or 116 pieces of cheese a day to receive 400 IU of Vitamin D, which equals to ONE DROP of BABE D3.

    Vitamin D is also called “the sunshine vitamin” because Vitamin D is made in the skin when it’s exposed to sunlight. However, the ability to synthesis Vitamin D could be affected by many reasons, such as season, weather and cloud, skin color…etc. SPF 8 sunscreen has been reported to easily reduce production of vitamin D by 95 %.

    Real Promise Product Babe D3 Nutritional Value Infographic
    Real Promise Product Babe D3 Nutritional Value Infographic
  • Advantages of babe d3...

    Also known as cholecalciferol, vitamin D3 is the form of vitamin D that our bodies naturally make from sunlight, and the form that’s easiest to absorb. Our best BABE D3 sourced from natural lanolin, and it comes in a carrier oil of purest medium chain triglyceride oil (MCT oil) with 99% of C8 and C10. MCT oil is pure, stable, and odorless. Use the included measured dropper to add a single drop to your baby’s breast milk or formula, or as instructed by your pediatrician or healthcare provider.

    Real Promise Product Babe D3 is Sourced from Natrual Lanolin and Triglyceride Oil Infographic
    Real Promise Product Babe D3 is Sourced from Natrual Lanolin and Triglyceride Oil Infographic
  • Vitamin D supplement recommendation...

    The blood test that measures vitamin D status is called a 25(OH)D serum test. In light of many recent vitamin D research, there is a growing consensus that the optimal range for 25(OH)D levels is above 75–80 nmol/L for most people.

    Even as we learn more about vitamin D’s roles in nearly all aspects of health; however, data suggests that most of us don’t get enough vitamin D. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) data shows that the number of persons with levels below 75 nmol/L nearly doubled from 1994 to 2004. Almost 80% of the 2004 survey population had levels below 75 nmol/L, while close to 75% had levels below 50 nmol/L.

    Back in 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doubled the daily values for vitamin D, which are based largely on daily reference intakes from the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. In 2016 the FDA doubled the daily values for vitamin D again—from 400 IU (10 mcg) to 800 IU (20 mcg) for adults and children over 4.



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