AIDP Announces Bioavailability Study on Vegan D3 Ingredient

City of Industry, CA—AIDP Inc. has announced new bioavailability data regarding its VegD3, an organic, vegan form of vitamin D3.

The study was completed in Ireland through R&D business AnaBio Technologies and University College Dublin in 2020. Healthy volunteers were given a daily dose of 600IU VegD3; vitamin D plasma levels were evaluated at baseline and at seven days. Participants saw an average increase of 33nmol/L, which is approximately 77.3% above baseline. Those who were vitamin D deficient at baseline met sufficient vitamin D plasma levels by the end of the seven-day test period. The results were statistically significant.

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VegD3 is made from a sustainable algae source, with a fully traceable supply chain. It is Vegan Society approved. It can also be added to beverages, like animal-sourced vitamin D.