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is keraglo forte tablets is vegetarian? which co. makes vegetarian tablets for b12 and d3 ?

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Verwon Says:
These are vitamin supplements, that are derived from our food sources, not directly from animals, at all.

As to whatever inactive ingredients, you would have to check that with each individual company.


Are you just worried about meat products? Or do you also stay away from dairy and such?

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