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Yes. In fact, vitamin D is best absorbed when taken with a meal containing fats or oils, so fish oil can only help with that. Absorption of the omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil won't be affected by the vitamin D.

See the "What to Consider When Using" section of each Review for more tips for taking vitamin D and fish oil.

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Richard17557
February 19, 2019

Can do something on NAD+ /NR please?

ConsumerLab.com
February 20, 2019

Thank you for your suggestion Richard, we will keep this in mind. You can find more information about nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) and nicotinamide riboside in the Niacin section of the B Vitamins Supplements Review ( https://www.consumerlab.com/reviews/review-best-b-vitamins-and-complexes-energy-b6-b12-biotin-niacin-folic-acid/bvitamins/#niagen).

Patricia17536
February 11, 2019

Does Sytrinol lower cholesterol?

ConsumerLab.com
February 14, 2019

Hi Patricia - Please see the "Summary of Evidence for Cholesterol-lowering Ingredients" in the Cholesterol-Lowerers Review for more information about Sytrinol: https://www.consumerlab.com/reviews/cholesterol-lowering-supplements-review-sterols-policosanol/cholesterol/#whatitdoes

Gordon17324
December 3, 2018

Hi please review VIT K2 supplements.
Gordon

ConsumerLab.com
December 3, 2018

Hi Gordon - You can find our tests of vitamin K supplements, including those containing vitamin K2 (such as MK-4 and MK-7) in our Vitamin K Supplements Review: https://www.consumerlab.com/reviews/vitamin-k-supplements-review/vitamin-k/.

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