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MRM Vegan Vitamin D3 -- 2500 IU - 60 Vegan Capsules


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MRM Vegan Vitamin D3 -- 2500 IU - 60 Vegan Capsules

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MRM Vegan Vitamin D3 Description

  • Supports Calcium Absorption For Bone Health
  • Promotes Healthy Immune Function
  • 100% Vegan Vitamin D3 From Lichen

MRM Vegan Vitamin D3 is a unique micro-encapsulated cholecalciferol form of Vitamin D3 that is extracted exclusively from lichens, to meet calcium and bone health needs of both vegans and vegetarians.

 

How It Works

Meat and fish are the most common sources of Vitamin D3 in the diet, and most supplemental D3 is typically extracted from sheep’s wool (Lanolin) or other animal sources. For this reason, Vitamin D3 supplements have historically not been suitable for either vegetarians or vegans. MRM Vegan Vitamin D3 is a micro-encapsulated cholecalciferol form of Vitamin D3 that is extracted exclusively from lichens, an algae/fungi commensal organism, to meet calcium and bone health needs of both vegans and vegetarians.

 

Necessary for the efficient utilization of calcium, this vegan-friendly D3 aids in the formation and maintenance of strong healthy bones. Vitamin D3 also promotes immune function as well as supports a healthy inflammation response. Numerous published research studies show that Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the best possible form of Vitamin D for the body. Guaranteed GMO-Free, it is the world’s only Vegetarian Society and Vegan Society registered Vitamin D3, and contains cholecalciferol that is free from sugar, wheat, egg, gluten, peanut, tree nut, fish, shellfish, soy, and milk products.


Directions

Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule daily or as directed by your qualified healthcare provider.
Free Of
Added milk, egg, peanut, tree nut, fish, shellfish, soy, wheat, gluten or yeast, GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vegan Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol)2500 IU625%
Other Ingredients: Rice flour, cellulose capsule, maltodextrin, unmodified food starch, sucrose, silicon dioxide and antioxidants (d-alpha tocopherol and ascrobyl palmitate).
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I'm a Plant-Based Dietitian and This is What I Eat in a Day

As silly as it may sound, brainstorming daily and weekly meals used to be a huge source of stress for me. There were nights I’d come home, stand in front of the refrigerator – exhausted – and get so frustrated I’d leave the house to grab takeout – just to avoid the agony of having to prepare something.

Plant-Based Dietitian Eating Burrito Bowl for Lunch | Vitacost.com/Blog

Today, food is no longer a stressor for me. And it doesn't have to be one for you either! What changed? I plan my meals, shop with intention and prepare what I need for the entire week. Now, food (and mealtime in general) is something I look forward to!

Here's an example of what I eat in a day as a plant-based dietitian, which includes my prep and thought process behind each dish. Hopefully these meals will inspire you to create your own and to ultimately discover a routine that works for you!

What a Dietitian Eats in a Day

Breakfast: Overnight oats with soy milk mixed with blueberries, cinnamon, peanut butter powder and chia seeds.

Overnight Oats in Small Glass Jar | Vitacost.com/blog

My morning starts with an early workout followed by walking my dogs, getting dressed and preparing for clients. Needless to say, they're quite rushed. I don’t have time to cook, let alone sit down to enjoy my breakfast.

This is why I normally opt for overnight oats. I make it the night before to simplify my A.M. routine. This meal is a great blend of macronutrients. The oats and berries provide complex carbohydrates, the soymilk and peanut powder provide protein (which is especially important after my early-morning workout!) and the chia seeds provide essential omega-3 fatty acids.

Another reason why this is a great option is that it's easy to switch up the flavors. Swap blueberries and cinnamon with pumpkin and all spice for a delicious fall-inspired twist. In the mood for something more tropical? Add pineapple, mango and coconut milk. The possibilities are endless!

Lunch: Burrito bowl with black beans, cauliflower rice, peppers and avocado.

Loaded Burrito Bowl in White Bowl with Rice, Veggies, Beans, Lentils & More | Vitacost.com/blog

For lunches, I’m all about combining leftovers from other meals. This practice often results in having burrito bowls midday. I like to combine leftover black beans, which provide a healthy combination of carbs and protein, with cauliflower rice. I also like to toss in whatever greens I have on hand, such as kale or romaine, plus broccoli, Brussels sprouts and cabbage, peppers and sliced avocado. Sprinkle on some taco seasoning or a few dashes of cumin and you've got yourself quite the meal!

Dinner: Plant-based crab cakes with cashew sauce and chickpea salad.

Plant-Based Hearts of Palm "Crab Cakes" | Vitacost.com/Blog

When I first went plant-based, seafood was definitely the most difficult food group to remove from my diet. But now, after learning the flavors and spices, I can once again enjoy my old favorites!

This version is made with hearts of palm, a delicious veggie you can easily find in the canned foods department at Vitacost.com.

Although full of flavor, these crab cakes are not rich in protein like their crustacean-based counterparts. To make up for the lack of protein and lower carb count, I pair these savory cakes with a chickpea salad consisting of lemon juice, parsley, red onion and cucumber.

For dipping, I like to whip up a creamy cashew-based sauce, which contains nutritional yeast and a splash of lemon juice.

Supplements:

I prefer to take supplements in the morning, which for me includes vitamin B12 and vitamin D – this way, I don’t forget!

Water:

In additional to preparing nutritious meals on the daily, I'm also super mindful of my water intake. My daily goal is roughly 100 ounces. When I get bored of drinking water, I’ll add some pops of flavor like lime, cucumber or mint!

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