Arctic-D Cod Liver Oil* (Lemon 16 oz)
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The easiest way to give yourself a sunny day from the inside out! Nordic Naturals Arctic-D Cod Liver Oil is like liquid sunshine for your body. That’s because it’s full of vitamin D, which primarily comes from sunshine. And like the sun, Arctic-D supports a variety of important body functions.
General Nutrient Support:
- Revolutionary Freshness level and Purity unprecedented in the United States!
- Up to 100 times fresher than comparable products
- Positively NO fishy taste
- Highly purified Arctic cod liver oil
- Exceeds daily value for vitamin D
- Great natural lemon flavor
- Improves calcium absorption—promotes strong bones
- May reduce PMS symptoms
- Is instrumental in preventing SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), a form of depression caused by reduced exposure to sunshine
- Provides 1260 mg of omega-3 fatty acids to help balance mood and keep your joints and heart healthy
- Arctic-D has the highest level of omega-3 per milligram (mg) of any cod liver oil and is 3 times fresher than the competition!
- Promotes normal brain development and visual function.
- Increases DHA level in active kids.
- Enhances learning and achievement.
- Supports positive mood, menstrual pain, and healthy skin.
- Recommended for cardiovascular health, improved blood viscosity, joint mobility, flexibility, and memory function.
Suggested Use: One teaspoon daily, with food, or as directed by your health care professional or pharmacist.
Arctic Cod Liver Oil with Vitamin D
Serving Size: 1 teaspoon
|Other Omega-3s:||225 mg||*|
|Vitamin A:||650–1500 IU||*|
|Vitamin D:||1000 IU||*|
|Vitamin E:||30 IU||*|
Ingredients: purified arctic cod liver oil, vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol in sesame oil), d-alpha tocopherol, natural lemon flavor, rosemary extract
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Question: Where I see a conflict is with the title. To me it brdoaly implies that temps this year in the arctic have been consistently below normal. But the context that you provide is a graph of this years temps. And looking at that graph it appears that temps have only been below normal for about 100 days of the 300 for this year.Your statements about this fall compared to the last five seems correct if the reader takes the time to check. And I agree with you about James Homer Simpson Hansen. Doh!! He and all the others that try stunts like stretching temps across a thousand or more miles should be called to account. It's just bad science.I like reading your blog as it points out the absurdity of the climate science community and how it flies in the face of common sense. I am not anti-science (as either side will claim when someone questions their statements). What I am is anti bullshit partisan hackery. Misleading language and weasely words on both sides need to be eliminated.Keep up the good work.MrC
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