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" I don't feel the sun's comin' out today. It's staying in, it's gonna find another way. " - Shannon Hoon
The classic Blind Melon song describes the view outside as I look over the vitamin D spray offers. Some offers line up poetically like that.
Enough of the cheezy intro. Let's see why we should give a sh** about a vitamin D supplement:
It's a supplement, sorta. But supplements don't typically come in spray formula, well, until recently. The spray is supposed to be ubnoxiously more effective than vitamin D pills. The ability to absorb more of it via a spray makes it easier for people to get the recommended 5000 IU of Vitamin D a day.
Well, ever been lactose intolerant? Either you have to soak up the sun everyday or you need to get your vitamin D in other ways. Unless you don't want cellular growth, supported neuromuscular & immune function...
Order Process: So far it seems to be a clean order process. Remember the classic vitamin D spray, Bio D Supreme? It was originally set so if you go for the buy 2 get 1 free, you're entering into a subscription plan. Not that that's a bad thing, but if you order and only expect three months and after three months you get another three months and get surprised, well, there's a reason. So, be aware and you should be okay.
Product Performance: Not that there's crickets chirping in the empty void where the reviews should be, but like the gloomy day on which I researched this, there are vitamin D spray reviews out there but you'll just have to sift through the gray and gloom to find it. Part of the issue you'll run into if you keep researching is the cross branding with Biodiseal. It's wierd, but you'll find it. Also, cutlass supremes and the like. But, from what shades of reviews we found, it seemed promising.
Not that this is advice because we're not trained or licensed, but my doctor always said I need to have a little vitamin intake from food sources before I used supplements or the body won't absorb as much. In short, just don't spray it and go off an eat hamburgers and expect miracles. Be a little sensible.
In the end, as Shannon Hoon said, "Live is hard, you have to change." Make those changes good changes.
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