AIDP announced results of bioavailability study for its vegan vitamin D3 ingredient

AIDP Inc. recently announced the findings of a bioavailability study on VegD3, a vegan, organic form of vitamin D3.

AIDP Inc. recently announced the findings of a bioavailability study on VegD3, a vegan, organic form of vitamin D3. The study was completed in Ireland through AnaBio Technologies Ltd. together with the University College Dublin in 2020. In the study, healthy volunteers were given a daily dose of 600 iu of VegD3, and had their vitamin D plasma levels evaluated at baseline and at seven days. Results showed that participants saw a statistically significant increase of 33nmol/L (13.45ng/mL) in vitamin D plasma levels, which amounts to approximately a 77.3% increase above baseline. According to AIDP, subjects who were vitamin D deficient at baseline increase to sufficient vitamin D plasma levels by the end of the seven-day period.

Made from a sustainable algae source, VegD3 is only pure plant-based vitamin D3 that can be used as a 1:1 replacement for animal sourced D3, says AIDP. With a fully traceable supply chain, VegD3 is pesticide, protein, and heavy metal compliant, as well as approved by the Vegan Society. The ingredient also has good organoleptic properties and has high stability, which makes it ideal for all types of beverages.