I have been taking Vitamin D tablets from 'webber naturals' for a few months now, but I saw that there are also oil capsules. The capsules are much more expensive, but look like they'd be healthier? To be honest, I don't know if I can even afford the capsules, so I was wondering... how important is it to have Vitamin D capsules? Or are the dry tablets okay? Will I still absorb it alright?
The non-medicinal ingredients are: Microcrystalline celulose, dicalcium phosphate dihydrate, vegetable grade magnesium stearate (lubricant). Do you think this is alright?
Each tablet has 1000 IU and I've been taking 3 per day to start off with. (I've been taking them daily with 250mg-500mg of magnesium, 1000gm-3000mg of omega 3, and very occasionally a CLO capsule. I'm not actually sure if I need the CLO or not? I also have, in my cupboard but not currently taking, a calcium + magnesium pill which also has a bit of zinc and way more calcium than magnesium, so I'm not sure if I should be taking it... but that's another question I guess? I am full of questions!)
So, are the dry tablets of Vitamin D ok? My magnesium pills are dry tablets also.