Cod Liver Oil

Blackmores

Cod Liver Oil

Brain, joint, cardiovascular, bone, skin and eye health

NZD $17.90

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Dosage:

Adults; Take one to three capsules. Children 4-12 years; Take one capsule a day Children under 4 years; only as professionally prescribed.

Description:

Blackmores Cod Liver Oil 1000mg is a rich natural source of the fat-soluble Vitamins A and D.

Vitamin A is essential for the formation of healthy epithelial cells, such as the mucus-producing cells of the respiratory and digestive tracts, which act as one of the body’s first lines of defence against infection. It is also important for skin health.

Vitamin D supports the absorption and utilisation of calcium, and consequently is important for building and maintaining strong healthy bones. In older people, vitamin D also supports muscle strength, which in turn supports balance and stability, reducing the likelihood of falling over.

Benefits:

  • High potency
  • Rich natural source of Vitamins A and D
  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Supports calcium absorption and helps maintain strong, healthy bones

Each capsule contains,

Cod liver oil (natural) 1000 mg providing: 
 - Vitamin A 1000 IU
 - Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol 2.5 µg) 100 IU
The recommended adult daily amount of vitamin A from all sources is 2500IU.

When taken in excess of 8,000 IU vitamin A can cause birth defects.

 If you are pregnant, or considering becoming pregnant, do not take vitamin A supplements without consulting your doctor or pharmacist.