OsteVit-D One-A-Week

OsteVit-D One-A-Week Vitamin D3 contains vitamin D3 7000 IU per capsule, equivalent to 7 daily doses in one convenient capsule.

OsteVit-D One-A-Week is for the treatment of vitamin D deficiency in adults and adolescents as directed by your medical practitioner or pharmacist and the prevention of vitamin D deficiency in high risk individuals under the supervision of a medical practitioner or pharmacist.

Free from gluten, yeast, sugar or sweeteners, starch, lactose monohydrate and flavours.

Available in 30 capsules or 10 capsules pack.

ASK YOUR PHARMACIST – THEY MUST DECIDE IF THIS PRODUCT IS RIGHT FOR YOU. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

Benefits

  • Convenient, easy to swallow capsule
  • Enhances calcium absorption
  • Essential for strong healthy bones and teeth
  • Australian Owned
  • Halal Certified
  • Free from gluten, yeast, sugar or sweeteners, starch, lactose monohydrate or flavours

Directions for use

Adults and children over 12 years of age: One capsule weekly.

Not recommended for children under 12 years.

Where to buy

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

Super Pharmacy
Chemist Warehouse
Pharmacy 4 Less
Priceline

FAQs

Is OsteVit D One-A-Week as effective as once daily vitamin D?

Yes. OsteVit D One-A-Week is a more convenient way to take vitamin D, once weekly compared to once daily. The total dose is the same as daily use, 7000 IU per week and in general both doses are equally effective and are equally well tolerated.

Who is at risk of low vitamin d levels?

There are a number of different factors that can increase your risk of having low vitamin D levels such as:

  • People who are less likely to spend time in the sun, such as office workers and shift workers
  • People with darker skin
  • People who wear modest clothes, covering most of their skin
  • People living in aged care facilities

Does the vitamin D in OsteVit-D interact with any medications?

Vitamin D does not interact with any other medications but some prescription medicines interact with vitamin D by increasing degradation and may cause low levels of vitamin D.