Answer:There are several vitamin D oral sprays marketed. They can be as effective as a pill or liquid drop and there is preliminary evidence suggesting they can be more effective than a pill (suggesting direct absorption in the mouth - which could help people with malabsorption conditions), but this is not well-established. However, because they tend to be a bit expensive, they are not necessarily cost effective. Get the details in the Vitamin D Supplements Review >>
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