Cod Liver Oil & Vitamin D

If you’re going to take a cod liver oil supplement, why not get an extra boost of vitamin D while you’re at it?read moreSee less

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Yes, you can safely take vitamin D and cod liver oil together. Cod liver oil is naturally rich in vitamin D, too, so you may not need to add a vitamin D supplement to your routine. However, during the autumn and winter months when we aren’t getting enough sunlight, it’s advised to supplement your vitamin D.


Yes, cod liver oil naturally contains vitamin D in addition to vitamin A. These added vitamins contribute to cod liver oil’s unique strengths.


Not only does cod liver oil contain omega-3 fatty acids which could help to reduce the risk of blood clots, cardiovascular disease, and ease joint pain, but it also contains vitamins A and D which are essential to the body’s healthy function.

 

Vitamin A is great for your skin, immune system, eye health and reproduction, while vitamin D can help to prevent bone issues in the elderly and birth defects in pregnant women.

 

Most cod liver oil supplements contain around 5 micrograms of vitamin D, which is half the recommended daily intake of 10 micrograms suggested by the NHS, so you may need to top up with a separate, small dose of vitamin D.

The NHS recommends that everyone over the age of 4 should take 10 microgram vitamin D supplements during autumn and winter.

 

This is because we usually get vitamin D from sunlight hitting our skin and when the lovely British weather kicks in in the colder months it can be harder for us to catch those rays.

 

Although you can get vitamin D from your diet, it’s not the easiest vitamin to get enough of, which is why daily supplements step in to help.

 

If you’re someone who isn’t exposed to a lot of sunlight in general, you can take a vitamin D supplement all year round to help keep your levels up.