Serving Size 1 drop (0.001 fl oz /0.028 mL)
Servings Per Container about 365
|Amount Per Drop||%DV for infants through 12 months||%DV for Children 1 through 3 years|
|Vitamin D3(as cholecalciferol) (400 IU)||10 mcg||100%||67%|
Other Ingredients: Medium chain triglyceride oil (coconut and palm source).
Directions: Infants and children less than two years of age: Give one drop daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. May be put in food or a drink.
Store bottle upright at room temperature.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not use if security seal is broken or missing.
Vitamin D drops for baby
400 IU per drop
365 drops per bottle
Vitamin D3 is one of the most important vitamins for overall health, at any age. And there's no easier way to supplement daily intake than a liquid form. Carlson Baby's Super Daily D3 delivers 400 IU per drop of D3, which is equal to 100% daily value for children under 2 years of age.
Shipping Weight: .11 lbs
Q: Why are some vitamin D products measured in IU while others are in mcg?
Due to changes in FDA labeling guidelines, vitamin D amounts must now be listed in micrograms (mcg) on supplement facts and nutrition labels instead of international units (IU). Although these new guidelines were issued in 2016, updates weren't required until June 2020.
At Swanson, we began updating our labels in early 2017. You will see a mixture of both IU and mcg as our national brand partners complete this process.
Q: Did my vitamin D supplement change?
A: You may have noticed a change in the daily value percentage on your favorite vitamin D product, but that doesn't mean your product changed. The FDA increased the recommended daily intake (RDA) of vitamin D, which means the same product with the same ingredient amounts fulfills a lower percentage of the RDA than it prior to the change.
Q: How much vitamin D do I need each day?
In 2016, the Food and Nutrition Board increased the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) of vitamin D for most adults from 10 mcg (400 IU) to 15 mcg (600 IU) per day, and 20 mcg (800 IU) for ages 70+.
Some doctors and nutritionists recommend higher daily vitamin D intakes, especially for those at risk for having low levels. The Vitamin D Council, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about vitamin D, recommends average adults supplement with 125 mcg (5,000 IU) of vitamin D daily. Talk with your doctor about your individual needs.
For more information about these changes, see Nutrition Label Updates: Important Changes to Sugar, Fiber, Vitamin D & More.