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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 August 2017
I suppose I should really wait until after we've started taking the pills before writing a review of them. But we did take vitamin D pills last winter which were of the same strength and we didn't suffer any colds or flu. The reason my wife and I started to take them from October through to the end of March was because our doctor recommended that it was advisable for older people to do so. We spend all summer working on our allotment and are as brown as berries by autumn and, thanks to the sun, full of vitamin D. So it does make sense to take a supplement during winter when the sun is weaker or non existent, and we spend less time outside. We've yet to find them at such a reasonable price anywhere, especially for such a dosage and number of pills that will last us both 6 months, so we're extremely happy, once again, to be able to get them from Amazon.
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