Carlson Releases New Strength of Solar D Gemstones; D3, omega-3s


Carlson has launched a new strength of its popular Solar D Gems with 6,000 IU (150 mcg) of vitamin D3 plus 115 mg of omega-3 fatty acids to promote healthy immune function and bone health. *

Vitamin D is a vitamin that we can get from food and also a hormone that our body makes from the sun. Despite the many ways to get vitamin D, many still suffer from deficiencies due to the change of seasons, sunscreen, skin tone, age, and clothing.

The omega-3 fatty acids in Solar D Gems come from wild catches and are sustainably obtained using traditional fishing practices. The beneficial omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA support the health of the heart, brain, eyesight and joints. *

Carlson Solar D Gems have a delicious natural lemon flavor. More information is available at

* This statement has not been approved by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Carlson began in Chicago in 1965 on a woman’s mission to improve her family’s health by developing nutritional supplements with quality ingredients. Susan Carlson’s father suffered from heart problems but found relief after taking vitamin E. Inspired by this discovery and her background as a pharmacist, Susan created one of the first full lines of vitamin E in the world, and the line continued to grow to meet the health needs of local families. Carlson appeared on store shelves across Chicago, and the wave continued across the country. In the early 1980s, Carlson helped launch the omega-3 market in North America and imported our first sustainable wild-caught fish oil from Norway. Today, the commitment to helping families live healthier lives continues as the next generation of the Carlson family run the company. Carlson now offers more than 200 vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, children’s products and other high quality nutritional supplements. At Carlson, our family cares about your family’s health.


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