OsteVit-D One-A-Day Vitamin D3 & Calcium Plus

OsteVit-D One-A-Day Vitamin D3 & Calcium Plus contains vitamin D3 1000 IU and calcium 600mg plus 6 other nutrients to support bone density and strength and muscle health.

Free from gluten, lactose, yeast, gelatin and artificial colours.

Available in 110 tablets.

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

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Vitamin D3 supports healthy immune system function

Vitamin D3 helps to enhance calcium absorption

Calcium supports bone density and strength

Contains 1000IU Vitamin D3 and 600mg Calcium plus 6 other nutrients per tablet for a convenient daily dose

Each tablet contains Vitamin D3 1000IU and Calcium 600mg plus 6 other nutrients: Magnesium, Boron, Zinc, Copper, Manganese & Vitamin K1

OsteVit-D is an Australian Family Owned Bone Health Brand

OsteVit-D One-A-Day Vitamin D3 & Calcium Plus tablets contain no added gluten, lactose, yeast, gelatin or artificial colours

OsteVit-D One-A-Day Vitamin D3 & Calcium Plus is suitable for vegetarians

Directions for use

Adults and children 12 years of age and over: 1 tablet daily with meals or as directed by your healthcare professional.
For children under 12 years of age: As directed by your healthcare professional.

Where to buy

The OsteVit-D Range is available for purchase in leading Australian pharmacies.

Super Pharmacy
Chemist Warehouse
Pharmacy 4 Less


What product can I take if I find it difficult to swallow large calcium tablets?

OsteVit-D Vitamin D3 & Calcium Chewable Tablets are chewable and they have a pleasant French vanilla flavour.

Can taking too much calcium be harmful?

Getting too much calcium can cause constipation.

The upper recommended limit of calcium per diet from all sources (your diet and supplements) in Australia is 2500 mg/day. This is much higher than found in individual supplements that typically contain 600 mg/dose. Please be aware that some antacids also contain calcium, so if you regularly use antacids you should check with your pharmacist or doctor on what is best for you.

How do I know if I should take vitamin D only or vitamin D plus calcium?

In general you should consider taking vitamin D supplement if you have low vitamin D levels or are at high risk of this. The need for additional calcium is usually worked out by understanding if your diet is low in calcium-rich foods (mainly dairy-based foods). If you eat 3-4 serves of calcium-rich foods per day you may not need to take additional calcium. Your pharmacist or doctor will be able to help you with additional advice regarding your specific situation.