This Vitl pocket pack vitamin D review does not go into much scientific/nutritional detail, their website has plenty of that. Instead, it details what I personally thought of the product and service.
In A Rush? This Section Is For You!
+ Pocket size
+ Good ingredients
+ Easy to swallow
– Not the cheapest
Summary: If you want good quality vitamin D supplements that you can fit into your pocket and take with you on the go and that is easy to swallow you won’t go wrong with these. If you just want the cheapest vitamin D supplements you can get then you’re better off getting them from your local supermarket.
Where To Buy: You can by them by clicking here and going to Vitl.
Living in the UK sunshine is a luxury in the summer, never mind the winter.
Therefore getting an adequate amount of vitamin D from the sun is not going to happen, and getting it from the diet is not easy.
For this reason, public health England recommends taking 10 micrograms a day, and the easiest way to do this is with a supplement such as Vitls.
Having already written a review on their personalised vitamins which I liked. I decided to give their pocket pack vitamin D a try.
How Many Capsules Per Tin
There is 30 capsules in each tin. Basically a months supply taking 1 a day.
Each capsule is just over half the size of a 1p piece.
Thanks to their relativity small size it makes them easy to swallow which was a big plus for me.
Moving away from the size of the supplement, the small tin is what differentiates these ones from many others.
As the name implies it’s pocket size so they easily fit into trouser pockets and you’ll barely notice they’re even in there.
So if you’re on the go a lot these will be perfect for you vs ones that come in a big bulky container.
How Much To Take
Vitl recommended taking 1 or 2 a day, but at 25ug one should be plenty unless you’ve been specifically told by a medical professional to take more.
Plus if you do take 2 you’re going to need to buy a new batch every 15 days when one a day is going to be enough for the vast majority of you.
One a day is all I take.
You cant taste anything when taking them, but you may have a fishy aftertaste that is standard with all fish type supplements.
I pay about £5.95.
They’re a one time payment and not a subscription, unlike some of their other offerings.
I don’t think you can get them on a subscription, which is a shame for me as I’d like them sent out automatically each month, but many of you I know will prefer this.
My Overall Opinion
There isn’t really much to say other than they’re exactly what it says on the tin.
If you’re looking for a good vitamin D supplement that you can take with you on the go then you can’t go wrong.
If you just want a Vitamin D supplement and don’t care about the size of the container, or the ingredients used, then you can probably get some cheaper at your local supermarket.