Skip To Content Skip To Navigation
Join now. Save later! Spend $150 on your first order and get $100 product credit for next time‡ SHOP NOW

Vita-D3®

2,000 IU of Vitamin D3

Backed by two Shaklee clinical studies and packed full of the "sunshine vitamin" in its most potent form, Vita-D3® raises the levels of vitamin D in your blood to support overall health, bone health, heart health, and immunity.*1,2

Suggested Retail: $11.75
Item: #21364
Member Price: $10.00
Quantity

Vita-D3® provides 2,000 IU of high-potency vitamin D and is clinically proven to deliver this important nutrient into the bloodstream.1,2 The vitamin D in Vita-D3® has been shown to help your body absorb calcium, one of the main building blocks for strong bones and teeth, and supports your heart health and immune system as well.*

Directions
Take 1 tablet daily.

Downloadable
Vita-D3® Product Sheet

Vita-D3® is the culmination of recent scientific research, including two Shaklee industry-leading vitamin D studies showing that supplemental vitamin D is clinically proven to significantly raise blood levels of vitamin D.1,2

Promotes bone, heart, metabolic, and immune system health*
Vita-D3 icon

Key Ingredients

A Look at the Numbers

Shaklee leaf

2,000 IU

Vitamin D

Provides 2,000 IU of vitamin D

250%

of Daily Value

250% of the daily value of vitamin D

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
  1. Maki KC, Rubin MR, Wong LG, McManus JF, Jensen CD, Lawless A. Effects of vitamin D supplementation on 25-hydroxyvitamin D, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and other cardiovascular disease risk markers in subjects with elevated waist circumference. Int J Food Sci Nutr. 2011 Jun;62(4):318-27.
  2. Maki KC, Rubin MR, Wong LG, McManus JF, Jensen CD, Marshall JW, Lawless A. Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D is independently associated with high-density lipoprotein cholesterol and the metabolic syndrome in men and women. J Clin Lipidol. 2009 Aug;3(4):289-96.
  3. Deluca HF and Zierold C. Mechanisms and functions of vitamin D. Nutr Rev 1998;56:S4-10.
  4. Higdon, J. Vitamin D. Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University. 2000. (Reviewed by Gombart, AF in 2014). http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/vitamins/vitamin-D
  5. Prietl B, Treiber G, Pieber TR, Amrein K. Vitamin D and immune function. Nutrients 2013;5(7):2502-21.
  6. Judd SE, Tangpricha V. Vitamin D deficiency and risk for cardiovascular disease. Am J Med Sci. 2009;338(1):40-44.
Ratings & Reviews

Rating Snapshot

5 Stars
 
86%
4 Stars
 
13%
3 Stars
 
1%
2 Stars
 
0%
1 Stars
 
0%
0 Stars
 
0%

Average Customer Ratings

Overall (4.9/5)