In this article, we take a full in-depth view on the NatureWise Vitamin D3.

No fancy claims, no BS – just plain raw truth on all that it is, all that it offers and will it be of good to you. No detail or aspect will be left not taken look at.

But above all, I’ve done my absolutely best to make this NatureWise Vitamin D3 Review the most comprehensive review on this supplement out there.

Enjoy.

NatureWise Vitamin D3: Quick Overview

The description Page of the supplement is a very clean one. Pure and simple. Not overwhelmed with text.

NatureWise Vitamin D3 ReviewThe supplement is claimed to “support teeth and bone health, provide immune support, and promote healthy muscle function” and have the bio-active form of Vitamin D3. They claim that liquid softgel form is the more bioavailable form in comparison to other options.

They say that NatureWise Vitamin D3 is free of gluten and non-GMO. And that it has been third-party tested to assure purity and potency of the product.

But above all, at the time of publishing this article NatureWise Vitamin D3 is the bestselling Vitamin D supplement on Amazon.

So, it’s probable that it must be good…

Well, but is it?

The Core Vitamin – It’s D All The Way

As the supplement’s name already implies, the core vitamin that the NatureWise Vitamin D3 provides is vitamin D.

It does not offer any other vitamins, minerals or other beneficial substances within itself. Singular, raw, lonesome vitamin D.

Typically in supplements and in medicine vitamin D is offered in either the form of Ergocalciferol or Cholecalciferol. The first is also known as Vitamin D2, and the last – as vitamin D3.

Vitamin D3 is that same form of the vitamin that our bodies produce from sunlightI bet you can guess, which of the forms this particular supplement has.

It’s the Vitamin D3 form (Cholecalciferol).

And that is a good thing. Because there is a very significant difference between these two forms.

Vitamin D3 is the same vitamin form that our bodies produce from sunlight. On the other hand, vitamin D2 is known as the synthetic form of the vitamin. Consequently, the D3 is a much, much better option [R, R, R].

There are also studies, which prove this same point [R, R, R, R, R].

I won’t go deep into the benefits of Vitamin D here as it’s worthy of an article on its own. However, do know that it is one of the most important vitamins to have. I’d even go as far as saying that it’s the most important vitamin of all vitamins there is to have.

Additives In NatureWise Vitamin D3: BENEFICIAL

There are a lot of harmful additives out there despite the fact that appropriate regulatory authorities do exist. However, in this regard, NatureWise Vitamin D3 is all good and there is nothing to worry about.

This supplement has four additives – Organic extra virgin oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, and Water.

Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Shouldn't Be Considered As An Additive In The NatureWise Vitamin D3The use of the word “additives” usually for people has a negative feel to it. However, not all additives are safe or harmful. There are also ones that are actually beneficial.

And Organic extra virgin olive oil is definitely among those.

Not only is it a great antioxidant, but it also offers such awesome health benefits as inflammation reduction, reduced risk of cancer, diabetes, heart disease, obesity and many others, as well as it fights off free radical damage, depression and improves brain health [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

It is also the sole reason, why they are able to claim that the softgel form is the most beneficial of forms. It’s because vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin and can be best absorbed if consumed together with a fat-containing substance.

Which the olive oil most definitely is.

Of course, there might be some other probable explanation behind it. However, this is the most obvious one and definitely one that holds the most weigh in that statement.

Gelatin is also something that one can’t really fold. It’s quite the same as with Organic extra virgin olive oil – it’s beneficial.

Gelatin Is Also Extremely Common Among Various SweetsYeah, you might argue that how it’s made or what it’s made from isn’t the most appealing or appetizing of substances. Well, it’s made out of various animal parts like skin, tissue, ligaments, bones, and tendons. The most popular animals in this regard are lambs, pigs, chicken, cattle and fish [R, R, R].

However, that is also why gelatin in of itself is an extremely beneficial substance. The composure of what it’s made offers a great amount of amino acids, which are the building blocks of everything in our bodies [R, R, R].

As well as they bring a whole list of potential improvements for our health. It benefits joint, gut and skin health, as well as improves cognitive abilities [R, R, RR].

The only negative aspect is that they do not specify of which animals it’s derived. Although the 2000 IU version claims it to be Halal, the 5000 IU version claims no such thing. So, for some as well as vegetarians and vegans the NatureWise Vitamin D3 might not work.

Glycerin is a natural substance that is derived from either animal or vegetable fats. And being such it is quite unlikely to cause any unpleasant side effects [R, R].

NatureWise Vitamin D3 Review – WaterOf course, as with any substance some people can be sensitive towards it, which can result in side effects. Supposedly also excessive use might not be of good.

And lastly – Water.

Well, water is water.

There’s nothing harmful about it, unless you try to drink an ocean.

Then it’s probably not healthy or beneficial to health in general.

NatureWise Vitamin D3 Avoids All Allergens

The NatureWise Vitamin D3 is free of yeast, wheat, gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, fish and shellfish.

Or in other words, it’s free of all major allergens, as well as some other stuff.

The Options Of NatureWise Vitamin D3

For NatureWise Vitamin D There Are Three Options To Choose From

There in total are three options which one can go for. There’s a 1000 IU, a 2000 IU and a 5000 IU version. Which if converted into micrograms (mcg or μg) is 25, 50 and 125, respectively.

NatureWise themselves recommend that pretty much you should go for the 5000 IU every time. Which I would say is not the case.

For 5000 IU you should only go for, if you know that you are Vitamin D deficient.

However, if you are not sure about that, but suspect that you might be or you just want to maintain healthy levels of Vitamin D, then the 2000 IU version is your best bet.[1]

NatureWise Vitamin D3: Conclusions

Overall I have to admit that NatureWise Vitamin D3 is a pretty awesome Vitamin D supplement in regards to which there’s no reason to shy away from.

NatureWise Vitamin D3 Review Supplement Approved

Everything about it is safe, and it has Vitamin D in its most beneficial form.

So, if you’ve been in a look for a proper Vitamin D supplement that does not tax your health with unnecessary additives and improves your well-being – NatureWise Vitamin D3 is a great choice.

For more on the guidelines for awesome Vitamin D supplements and other examples of great supplements of this kind, see this article.


If you liked the article, please leave a comment below – even one sentence helps. And consider including your Twitter handle so I can thank you personally!

A note, a question or your personal view on the supplement – all are truly welcome. And sharing will always be sincerely appreciated.

Have An Awesome Day!
Cheers!

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8 Comments

  • Alicia

    February 23, 2019 - 04:55

    I definitely think I need some D3, and particularly at this time of year.  Thank you for writing such a detailed review.  I found it very helpful and informative.  It’s actually pretty amazing that they can get a vitamin that like this that comes from sunlight and put it into a tablet form.   

    • @MatissDzelve

      February 23, 2019 - 21:30

      Hey, Alicia!

      I sincerely appreciate the kind words, means a lot!
      And I’m really glad you found it both helpful and informative.

      Cheers and have a Great One!
      Matiss

  • Ester Anderson

    November 21, 2018 - 20:50

    After having a bone density exam, my bones aren’t as healthy as they should be so I started taking NatureWise D3 5000, I’m not much or never have been a vitamin taker but I have no choice now, I like these because they’re small enough to swallow without water if needed to, my doctor says this is the right type of vitamin D to take for osteopenia, this is my first bottle so I’ll keep taking them and give another review when I have my next bone density.

    • @MatissDzelve

      November 22, 2018 - 04:33

      Hey, Ester!

      NatureWise Vitamin D3 5000 – really is a good one. Yes, it definitely is the right type of vitamin D to take.
      Do keep in mind, however, that vitamin D is not the only nutrient responsible for bone density (health). So are also Silica, Magnesium, Sulfur bearing Amino Acids. There are other stuff as well, like Boron, if I’m not mistaken. Also Calcium, but it’s one of the least important ones.

      Definitely let me know how it went and if it helped you!
      But above all though, I wish you all the success in combating osteopenia!

      And if there’s anything I can help you with, just let me know, I’ll be more than happy to do my best to help!

      Cheers and have a Great One!
      Matiss

  • Andy Zeus Anderson

    September 10, 2018 - 01:24

    I use to take vitamins and minerals for granted as we are supposed to get them from foods naturally but as I get older I find that there is not enough of them in the foods we eat. I have been taking supplements in liquid form for some time now and will tell you that not only do you feel more like the old you. You feel energetic like you never were before. D-3 and it’s healthy muscle function helps pad the injury from falls and make recovery easier in the aged and stronger bones help keep from those hip and knee replacements we sometimes face. Thanks for a great review.

    • Matiss Dzelve

      September 12, 2018 - 10:34

      Hey, Andy!

      Yeah, I too used to take just all supplements for granted. On top of that I come from a family that persists on supplements being complete hoax and a fake industry. More on that, if you’re interested, can be discovered here.

      Needless to say, that it’s far from the reality.

      Cheers and I’m happy you liked the article!
      Have An Awesome Day!
      Matiss

  • Ernst Marc

    August 24, 2018 - 22:04

    Thank you for this in-depth review about NatureWise Vitamin D3.

    I myself feel that with my hectic schedule, I am pretty much unable to embrace the direct sunlight as much as I would need to. As much as it is needed to remain healthy, anyway. Therefore, for me this supplement really seem to possibly be an ace for my being.

    I do have a quick question though. You kinda touched upon this in the article. I just wanted to make sure. Is it really that there are no side effects in taking the NatureWise Vitamin D3?

    • Matiss Dzelve

      August 25, 2018 - 16:41

      Hey, Ernst!

      I’m glad you found it helpful.

      As for the side effects – I can’t really guarantee that you in particular won’t experience any. We all are different. You may be allergic to some ingredients that the NatureWise Vitamin D3 has. And that is always a possibility, in truth with anything really. So, it can’t be completely ruled out.

      However.

      The ingredients that this supplement has are highly, and I mean highly, unlikely to cause any worthwhile negative side effects.
      One thing that could happen though, is gelatin. I mean related to gelatin – unpleasant taste, some heaviness in stomach, bloating and belching are also a possibility. Yet…

      And I have emphasized it in the article.

      Gelatin is, to be completely honest, among the most beneficial additives there is. So, those 4 side effects that I mentioned, isn’t really a factor, because they may happen, but it is way more likely for them to not happen. At the same time – the beneficial effect will be there nonetheless.

      Cheers and have an Amazing Day!
      Matiss

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