Cod Liver Oil Supplements


Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil




How Do I Get My Vitamin D in the Wintertime?

I live in Minnesota and it’s January. How do I get my Vitamin D during the wintertime when I cannot expose my body to the sunshine? Move to Southern Florida, Hawaii, or South America or you can do Vitamin D supplementation. Below are supplements I recommend for “My 60-Day Planner.”


The Best Vitamin D Supplement: “Blue Ice” High-Vitamin “Fermented Cod Liver Oil” high in Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and essential fatty acids needed in the “Anti-Cancer Diet” ($39 per bottle- 240 ml). If cost is not an issue I recommend this product highly as my best Vitamin D source. Take two tablespoons daily. Purchase 6 bottles for “My 60-Day Planner”. One bottle will last 10 days on your therapeutic dosage.

Total Cost of 6 bottles at $39 per bottle is $234. this product is 100% all natural with no processed or synthetic vitamins.

Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil

Blue Ice High-Vitamin "Fermented Cod Liver Oil"






Good: Twinlab “Norwegian Cod Liver Oil” is processed cod liver oil with added synthetic vitamins in the right proportions. ($5.49 per bottle- 355 ml, as of 1/4/2011) Take 2 tablespoons per day. One bottle will last 14 days on your therapeutic dosage.

Total Cost of 4 bottles at $5.49 per bottle is $21.96. This product is processed with synthetic vitamins.

Cod Liver Oil- Twin Lab

Twin Lab Cod Liver Oil





Cod Liver Oil Comparison
Product NameBottle SizeRetail CostTotal Cost
"Blue Ice" Fermented
240 ML
$44.00
1-5 Bottles
$39.00
6-11 Bottles
$ 234.00
Twin Lab
355 ML (12 oz)
$ 5.49
Per Bottle
$ 21.96
The fermented Cod Liver Oil is approximately 10 times more costly than the processed Twin Lab brand. I personally use Twin Lab because of the cost. I supplement my body with a combination of Twin Lab- Cod Liver Oil and Vitamin D3 when I cannot get my Vitamin D from the sunshine.







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