What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Vegan Vitamin D3 5000iu (125mcg) with Coconut Oil | 100% Plant-Based Vitamin D Supplement for Bone, Joint & Immune Support | Carrageenan Free, Vegan Certified & Non-GMO Verified (60 PlantGels)?

A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.

3 points


14th Jul 2019

This is what I take, but there’s other options on amazon.

I was low in D last year too when I got routine bloodwork (I live in the northeast and hate the sun, so no surprise there) and it’s helped bring my levels up.

15 points


14th Apr 2019

>If it were truthful, of course.

B12 comes from microorganisms, not animals. I get my D3 from lichen.

Not sure you want to take creatine supplements, but as mammals, we have creatine and taurine ourselves.

DHA can be plant– or yeast-based.

Heme iron has negative effects (such as increased levels of heart disease) on the body, so I avoid it.


2 points


5th Apr 2021

Here’s the Vitamin D that I take, it’s vegan! Sorry for the amazon link though.

1 point


24th Feb 2022

From what I’ve previously read, it could be an allergy to lanolin and not D3 (though perhaps that’s what you meant). Good point about salmon.

u/MonsterJuiced see:


For example:

https://www.skinterrupt.com/lanolin-allergy-vitamin-d/ – scroll down for the transcript.

And if you think it’s an allergy maybe try:


1 point


7th Sep 2020

Finally, something I can comment on! I get them from Amazon, 5000 IU per serving.