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Sol Joy™ — High-Potency Vitamin D3 Supplement

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Our High-Potency Vitamin D3 Supplement with Vitamins A and K2

Sol Joy Provides High-Potency Support for:

  • Healthy bones and muscles
  • Circulatory health
  • Proper immune system function
  • Overall well-being

Plus, Every Serving of Sol Joy is:

  • A convenient, high-potency combination of 2,000 IU (50 mcg) Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and 200 mcg Vitamin K2 (as MK-4 and MK-7)
  • Bioavailable, bioactive forms of Vitamin D3, Vitamin K2, and Vitamin A
  • Bioavailability-enhancing phospholipid technology, which provides protection (on the shelf and in the body) to optimize stability and absorption
  • Convenient liquid capsule for optimal shelf-life stability and compliance
  • Non-GMO and FREE from dairy, gluten, added sugar, and artificial sweeteners

Our High-Potency Vitamin D3 Supplement with Vitamins A and K2

Sol Joy Provides High-Potency Support for:

  • Healthy bones and muscles
  • Circulatory health
  • Proper immune system function
  • Overall well-being

Plus, Every Serving of Sol Joy is:

  • A convenient, high-potency combination of 2,000 IU (50 mcg) Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and 200 mcg Vitamin K2 (as MK-4 and MK-7)
  • Bioavailable, bioactive forms of Vitamin D3, Vitamin K2, and Vitamin A
  • Bioavailability-enhancing phospholipid technology, which provides protection (on the shelf and in the body) to optimize stability and absorption
  • Convenient liquid capsule for optimal shelf-life stability and compliance
  • Non-GMO and FREE from dairy, gluten, added sugar, and artificial sweeteners
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What is Vitamin D?

Often referred to as the “sunshine vitamin,” vitamin D is a steroid vitamin, a fat-soluble prohormone best known for its role in supporting bone health and aiding in the absorption of calcium and phosphate from the GI tract.

But the benefits of vitamin D (aka vitamin D3, which is also known as cholecalciferol) far surpass the traditional view of its role in maintaining healthy bones. In fact, the active form of vitamin D3 in the body functions as a hormone, and nearly every tissue in the body has a vitamin D receptor, including cells of the pancreas, immune system, skin, thyroid, stomach, colon, and more.

Along those lines, a growing body of research sheds light on what vitamin D is good for, highlighting its important role in supporting other body systems, including the cardiovascular system, blood sugar balance, musculoskeletal strength, cognitive function, and immune function, which trace to its ability to target over 200 different genes in the body.

What is Vitamin D Good For?

When it comes to the benefits of vitamin D3, it is best known for its role in assisting with proper bone health, as it helps regulate the body’s calcium levels. When calcium levels are low, for example, vitamin D stimulates calcium absorption and reduces calcium excretion, thereby encouraging healthy bones and teeth.

In addition, vitamin D helps support a balanced immune response in the body. For example, sufficient levels of vitamin D are needed to support a healthy, properly functioning immune system, as vitamin D plays important roles in both the body’s innate and adaptive immunity.

Vitamin D also enhances healthy cell replication and division and supports metabolic health, including healthy glucose metabolism. Vitamin D also has many other roles in the body, such as providing support for healthy muscular function and cognitive health.

To better appreciate what vitamin D3 is good for, consider the other side of the coin: Unhealthy levels of vitamin D have been associated with suboptimal health, including a laundry list of health concerns like mood-related issues; circulatory, blood pressure, and cognitive concerns; declining bone health; decreased muscle strength; suboptimal immune system function; and more.

Why Are So Many Americans Low on Vitamin D?

Unfortunately, hardly anyone has healthy levels of vitamin D according to the definitions provided by the Endocrine Society:

  • Vitamin D deficiency: 25(OH)D < 20 ng/mL
  • Vitamin D insufficiency: 25(OH)D < 30 ng/mL

Respected vitamin D scientists and doctors as well as the Endocrine Society suggest that 25(OH)D between 40 and 60 ng/mL is the preferred range for health. Shockingly, scientific studies reveal that over 75% of Americans and over 86% of Europeans have unhealthy levels of vitamin D, meaning they have either vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency.

The bottom line is that vitamin D deficiency is the most common health concern worldwide.

Why are so many people low on vitamin D? Well, our primary vitamin D source is exposure to sunlight, which contains ultraviolet rays that produce cholecalciferol (the scientific name for vitamin D3) in the skin.

But guess what? Most people don’t get nearly enough sunshine (with their bare skin exposed). At a minimum, people with fair skin need to spend about 15 minutes in the sun with the face, arms, and legs exposed (NO SUNSCREEN) several times a week between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to obtain the bare bones necessary levels of vitamin D3.

Of course, for many people, that really only applies for about six to eight months out of the year. After all, if you live above or below 33 – 37° latitude, very little, if any, cholecalciferol can be produced in the skin from sun exposure from November through April.

After all, where you live, the time of year, and the time of day all influence the amount of the sun’s UVB rays that enter the earth’s atmosphere. For example, levels of UVB rays are all dramatically lower (thus lowering your ability to make vitamin D3 from the sun and increasing the likelihood of vitamin D deficiency):

  • Earlier and later in the day (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. is prime time)
  • During most of the day during the winter (If you live in New York or Boston, forget trying to produce any vitamin D3 naturally from November through March.)
  • The further you are from the equator (i.e., higher latitudes) (If you live in Canada, you’re not going to be able to produce much cholecalciferol from October through April.)

If you have darker skin, you need even more time—up to a couple of hours—in the sun to boost your levels of vitamin D. Here’s another layer of complexity: As you get older, your body has a harder time producing vitamin D3, making vitamin D deficiency more likely. For example, aging reduces cholecalciferol production in the skin by as much as 50%.

Although vitamin D deficiency is common among all age groups, it is especially prevalent among women after menopause, possibly due to poor exposure to sunlight and insufficient intake of vitamin D from the diet. Additionally, several commonly used medications can impair the body’s production and/or absorption of vitamin D.

A vitamin D supplement, therefore, may be especially important for a wide range of folks.

The Problems with Most Vitamin D Supplements

So, we’ve established that inadequate sunlight exposure is a HUGE problem. However, there’s still good news… certain foods contain vitamin D. Unfortunately, there are very few natural dietary sources of vitamin D3, and they include fatty fish, liver, and eggs.

If you’re a plant-based eater, your only dietary source is mushrooms, which contain vitamin D2, a form of the vitamin that the body has to convert (not very efficiently) into the more bioactive cholecalciferol form. Vitamin D2, often considered an inferior form, is also the form that is most commonly used in fortified foods.

And even if you’re eating some of these foods regularly, you’d still be missing the boat. For instance, one whole egg has only 41 IU of vitamin D, and a cup of typical store-bought mushrooms has less than 10 IU.

What’s more, there can be digestive issues at play (e.g., malabsorption), and certain types of dietary fats might interfere with absorption. What’s more, low magnesium intake might also lead to insufficient levels of vitamin D. Finally, several commonly used medications may interfere with vitamin D3 absorption.

Considering many people aren’t getting the non-burning sun exposure they need, few foods contain vitamin D, and the various health and environmental issues at play, using a vitamin D supplement is just plain smart. And it’s what’s recommended by top scientists, doctors, and the world’s leading authorities on vitamin D.

But there’s ANOTHER problem—actually several of them—when it comes to finding the best vitamin D3 supplement…

Source of vitamin D: Studies have shown that vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol, which is the form of vitamin D synthesized in humans and animals, such as fish) is substantially more effective—up to 3 TIMES as much—at elevating levels of vitamin D in the body compared to vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol), the form of vitamin D found in plants. 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D supplement features high-potency, clinically-useful levels of vitamin D3.

Missing its “ride-or-die” teammate: Many vitamin D supplements don’t contain vitamin K, which assists in some of vitamin D’s crucial functions. For example, when vitamin D stimulates increased absorption and retention of calcium, vitamin K performs the important function of directing the calcium where to go: It helps deposit it where it’s needed, such as in bones and teeth, and directs it away from undesirable destinations, such as building up in the joints, arteries, or forming stones in the kidneys. 

Bottom line: The best vitamin D3 supplement contains vitamin K, and more specifically, the bioactive, highly bioavailable form known as vitamin K2 (such as MK-4 and MK-7).

Delivery: Many vitamin D supplements come in liquid form, and you have to use a dropper to administer it. Unfortunately, these preparations are often highly unstable, resulting in a decrease in vitamin D3 content. For example, one study examining 16 different vitamin D supplements found that more than two-thirds had a vitamin D3 content that was <90% of the amount on the label. This is because the stability of these liquid preparations can be influenced by oxygen, temperature, humidity, and light exposure, leading to a significant decrease in vitamin D content. Another complication with liquid droppers is not necessarily knowing how much you’re getting (i.e., if you’re getting too much/too little). 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D3 supplement uses capsules as its mode of delivery.

Bioavailability: Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble compound, which when ingested, is emulsified by the bile salts and is absorbed by intestinal enterocytes. The absorption efficiency, or bioavailability, depends on a variety of factors. For instance, certain types of fats may impair absorption. Along those lines, taking steps to improve absorption efficiency may optimize supplementation. One such bioavailability enhancement is the use of phospholipids, which encapsulate nutrients (like vitamin D), protect them from the environment (degradation, light, oxidation), and mimic naturally occurring digestion processes to help improve absorption. One study conducted on lab animals found that phospholipid-protected vitamin D resulted in 24% greater absorption over typical oil-based vitamin D. 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D supplement makes use of bioavailability-enhancement technology, such as phospholipids, to optimize absorption.

Third-party testing: Another problem with many vitamin D supplements is that they are not third-party lab tested to ensure purity, potency, and safety. 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D3 supplement is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility and third-party tested to ensure purity, potency, and safety.

What Makes Sol Joy the Best Vitamin D3 Supplement on the Market?

While many vitamin D supplements miss the mark, it’s not all bad news. In fact, there’s great news: Sol Joy, BioTRUST’s high-potency vitamin D3 formula with vitamins A and K2, overcomes all the problems mentioned above to provide high-potency support for healthy bones and muscles, circulatory health, overall well-being, and a healthy, properly functioning immune system.

This is because Sol Joy…

  • Features the bioactive supplemental form of vitamin D3, provided at an efficacious level, with 2,000 IU (50 mcg) per serving.
  • Combines vitamin D3 with its “ride-or-die” teammate vitamin K2, provided in its most studied and effective forms MK-4 and MK-7. Vitamin K2 “pairs up” with vitamin D3 to work synergistically to support healthy bones and muscles, a healthy circulatory system, and a healthy, properly balanced, and responsive immune system.
  • Provides preformed vitamin A, in its readily usable form in the body, at clinically useful levels to provide further support for healthy immune-system function. For example, vitamin A promotes the health of the skin and the linings of the respiratory and digestive tracts, which are part of the body’s frontline defense against unwanted pathogens. In addition, vitamin A helps support eye, bone, and thyroid gland health.
  • Is a “high-potency” formula that provides clinically useful levels of each of the bioactive vitamins.
  • Utilizes bioavailability-enhancing phospholipid technology, which provides protection (on the shelf and in the body) to optimize stability and absorption.
  • Delivers this high-potency formula in unique liquid capsules, which provide further protection for these delicate fat-soluble nutrients from degradation and oxidation, enhancing stability. Liquid capsules also ensure accurate delivery of the vitamins (i.e., you know exactly how much you’re getting).

The bottom line is that we truly believe Sol Joy is the best vitamin D3 supplement, and we’re confident you’ll agree. Optimize your wellness daily with Sol Joy!

Sol Joy Nutrition & Ingredients

Q: What specifically makes Sol Joy the best supplement of its kind?

Sol Joy is a high-potency vitamin D supplement that combines bioavailability-enhancing phospholipid technology with clinically useful levels of the bioactive forms of vitamins D3 and K2, which work synergistically to support healthy bones and muscles, circulatory health, overall well-being, and a healthy, properly balanced, responsive immune system. Sol Joy also features high-potency vitamin A to provide additional support for healthy immune system function. Sol Joy is non-GMO and FREE from dairy, gluten, and artificial sweeteners. And like all BioTRUST products, Sol Joy undergoes third-party lab testing to ensure purity, potency, and safety.

Q: What is the best way to use Sol Joy?

Take one liquid capsule once or twice a day, with a meal, or as directed by a health-care professional.

Q: How many servings are in a container of Sol Joy?

Each bottle of Sol Joy contains 60 servings.

Q: Does this product contain caffeine or any other stimulants?

No. This product is caffeine- and stimulant-free.

Q: Are there any allergy concerns with this product?

This product contains an ingredient derived from soy (soybean oil), and it is manufactured in a facility that also processes milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, and wheat. Like every BioTRUST product, Sol Joy is made with natural ingredients. Sol Joy is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility and undergoes third-party testing to ensure purity, potency, and safety. If you have any concerns, consult your health-care practitioner.

Q: What if this product doesn’t work for me?

While Sol Joy was created to work, if for any reason at all, you are unsatisfied with your purchase, just let us know, and we will issue a prompt and courteous refund even on empty bottles. You’re always protected by our naturally-honest 60-day Money-Back Guarantee.

What is Vitamin D?

Often referred to as the “sunshine vitamin,” vitamin D is a steroid vitamin, a fat-soluble prohormone best known for its role in supporting bone health and aiding in the absorption of calcium and phosphate from the GI tract.

But the benefits of vitamin D (aka vitamin D3, which is also known as cholecalciferol) far surpass the traditional view of its role in maintaining healthy bones. In fact, the active form of vitamin D3 in the body functions as a hormone, and nearly every tissue in the body has a vitamin D receptor, including cells of the pancreas, immune system, skin, thyroid, stomach, colon, and more.

Along those lines, a growing body of research sheds light on what vitamin D is good for, highlighting its important role in supporting other body systems, including the cardiovascular system, blood sugar balance, musculoskeletal strength, cognitive function, and immune function, which trace to its ability to target over 200 different genes in the body.

What is Vitamin D Good For?

When it comes to the benefits of vitamin D3, it is best known for its role in assisting with proper bone health, as it helps regulate the body’s calcium levels. When calcium levels are low, for example, vitamin D stimulates calcium absorption and reduces calcium excretion, thereby encouraging healthy bones and teeth.

In addition, vitamin D helps support a balanced immune response in the body. For example, sufficient levels of vitamin D are needed to support a healthy, properly functioning immune system, as vitamin D plays important roles in both the body’s innate and adaptive immunity.

Vitamin D also enhances healthy cell replication and division and supports metabolic health, including healthy glucose metabolism. Vitamin D also has many other roles in the body, such as providing support for healthy muscular function and cognitive health.

To better appreciate what vitamin D3 is good for, consider the other side of the coin: Unhealthy levels of vitamin D have been associated with suboptimal health, including a laundry list of health concerns like mood-related issues; circulatory, blood pressure, and cognitive concerns; declining bone health; decreased muscle strength; suboptimal immune system function; and more.

Why Are So Many Americans Low on Vitamin D?

Unfortunately, hardly anyone has healthy levels of vitamin D according to the definitions provided by the Endocrine Society:

  • Vitamin D deficiency: 25(OH)D < 20 ng/mL
  • Vitamin D insufficiency: 25(OH)D < 30 ng/mL

Respected vitamin D scientists and doctors as well as the Endocrine Society suggest that 25(OH)D between 40 and 60 ng/mL is the preferred range for health. Shockingly, scientific studies reveal that over 75% of Americans and over 86% of Europeans have unhealthy levels of vitamin D, meaning they have either vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency.

The bottom line is that vitamin D deficiency is the most common health concern worldwide.

Why are so many people low on vitamin D? Well, our primary vitamin D source is exposure to sunlight, which contains ultraviolet rays that produce cholecalciferol (the scientific name for vitamin D3) in the skin.

But guess what? Most people don’t get nearly enough sunshine (with their bare skin exposed). At a minimum, people with fair skin need to spend about 15 minutes in the sun with the face, arms, and legs exposed (NO SUNSCREEN) several times a week between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to obtain the bare bones necessary levels of vitamin D3.

Of course, for many people, that really only applies for about six to eight months out of the year. After all, if you live above or below 33 – 37° latitude, very little, if any, cholecalciferol can be produced in the skin from sun exposure from November through April.

After all, where you live, the time of year, and the time of day all influence the amount of the sun’s UVB rays that enter the earth’s atmosphere. For example, levels of UVB rays are all dramatically lower (thus lowering your ability to make vitamin D3 from the sun and increasing the likelihood of vitamin D deficiency):

  • Earlier and later in the day (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. is prime time)
  • During most of the day during the winter (If you live in New York or Boston, forget trying to produce any vitamin D3 naturally from November through March.)
  • The further you are from the equator (i.e., higher latitudes) (If you live in Canada, you’re not going to be able to produce much cholecalciferol from October through April.)

If you have darker skin, you need even more time—up to a couple of hours—in the sun to boost your levels of vitamin D. Here’s another layer of complexity: As you get older, your body has a harder time producing vitamin D3, making vitamin D deficiency more likely. For example, aging reduces cholecalciferol production in the skin by as much as 50%.

Although vitamin D deficiency is common among all age groups, it is especially prevalent among women after menopause, possibly due to poor exposure to sunlight and insufficient intake of vitamin D from the diet. Additionally, several commonly used medications can impair the body’s production and/or absorption of vitamin D.

A vitamin D supplement, therefore, may be especially important for a wide range of folks.

The Problems with Most Vitamin D Supplements

So, we’ve established that inadequate sunlight exposure is a HUGE problem. However, there’s still good news… certain foods contain vitamin D. Unfortunately, there are very few natural dietary sources of vitamin D3, and they include fatty fish, liver, and eggs.

If you’re a plant-based eater, your only dietary source is mushrooms, which contain vitamin D2, a form of the vitamin that the body has to convert (not very efficiently) into the more bioactive cholecalciferol form. Vitamin D2, often considered an inferior form, is also the form that is most commonly used in fortified foods.

And even if you’re eating some of these foods regularly, you’d still be missing the boat. For instance, one whole egg has only 41 IU of vitamin D, and a cup of typical store-bought mushrooms has less than 10 IU.

What’s more, there can be digestive issues at play (e.g., malabsorption), and certain types of dietary fats might interfere with absorption. What’s more, low magnesium intake might also lead to insufficient levels of vitamin D. Finally, several commonly used medications may interfere with vitamin D3 absorption.

Considering many people aren’t getting the non-burning sun exposure they need, few foods contain vitamin D, and the various health and environmental issues at play, using a vitamin D supplement is just plain smart. And it’s what’s recommended by top scientists, doctors, and the world’s leading authorities on vitamin D.

But there’s ANOTHER problem—actually several of them—when it comes to finding the best vitamin D3 supplement…

Source of vitamin D: Studies have shown that vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol, which is the form of vitamin D synthesized in humans and animals, such as fish) is substantially more effective—up to 3 TIMES as much—at elevating levels of vitamin D in the body compared to vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol), the form of vitamin D found in plants. 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D supplement features high-potency, clinically-useful levels of vitamin D3.

Missing its “ride-or-die” teammate: Many vitamin D supplements don’t contain vitamin K, which assists in some of vitamin D’s crucial functions. For example, when vitamin D stimulates increased absorption and retention of calcium, vitamin K performs the important function of directing the calcium where to go: It helps deposit it where it’s needed, such as in bones and teeth, and directs it away from undesirable destinations, such as building up in the joints, arteries, or forming stones in the kidneys. 

Bottom line: The best vitamin D3 supplement contains vitamin K, and more specifically, the bioactive, highly bioavailable form known as vitamin K2 (such as MK-4 and MK-7).

Delivery: Many vitamin D supplements come in liquid form, and you have to use a dropper to administer it. Unfortunately, these preparations are often highly unstable, resulting in a decrease in vitamin D3 content. For example, one study examining 16 different vitamin D supplements found that more than two-thirds had a vitamin D3 content that was <90% of the amount on the label. This is because the stability of these liquid preparations can be influenced by oxygen, temperature, humidity, and light exposure, leading to a significant decrease in vitamin D content. Another complication with liquid droppers is not necessarily knowing how much you’re getting (i.e., if you’re getting too much/too little). 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D3 supplement uses capsules as its mode of delivery.

Bioavailability: Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble compound, which when ingested, is emulsified by the bile salts and is absorbed by intestinal enterocytes. The absorption efficiency, or bioavailability, depends on a variety of factors. For instance, certain types of fats may impair absorption. Along those lines, taking steps to improve absorption efficiency may optimize supplementation. One such bioavailability enhancement is the use of phospholipids, which encapsulate nutrients (like vitamin D), protect them from the environment (degradation, light, oxidation), and mimic naturally occurring digestion processes to help improve absorption. One study conducted on lab animals found that phospholipid-protected vitamin D resulted in 24% greater absorption over typical oil-based vitamin D. 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D supplement makes use of bioavailability-enhancement technology, such as phospholipids, to optimize absorption.

Third-party testing: Another problem with many vitamin D supplements is that they are not third-party lab tested to ensure purity, potency, and safety. 

Bottom line: the best vitamin D3 supplement is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility and third-party tested to ensure purity, potency, and safety.

What Makes Sol Joy the Best Vitamin D3 Supplement on the Market?

While many vitamin D supplements miss the mark, it’s not all bad news. In fact, there’s great news: Sol Joy, BioTRUST’s high-potency vitamin D3 formula with vitamins A and K2, overcomes all the problems mentioned above to provide high-potency support for healthy bones and muscles, circulatory health, overall well-being, and a healthy, properly functioning immune system.

This is because Sol Joy…

  • Features the bioactive supplemental form of vitamin D3, provided at an efficacious level, with 2,000 IU (50 mcg) per serving.
  • Combines vitamin D3 with its “ride-or-die” teammate vitamin K2, provided in its most studied and effective forms MK-4 and MK-7. Vitamin K2 “pairs up” with vitamin D3 to work synergistically to support healthy bones and muscles, a healthy circulatory system, and a healthy, properly balanced, and responsive immune system.
  • Provides preformed vitamin A, in its readily usable form in the body, at clinically useful levels to provide further support for healthy immune-system function. For example, vitamin A promotes the health of the skin and the linings of the respiratory and digestive tracts, which are part of the body’s frontline defense against unwanted pathogens. In addition, vitamin A helps support eye, bone, and thyroid gland health.
  • Is a “high-potency” formula that provides clinically useful levels of each of the bioactive vitamins.
  • Utilizes bioavailability-enhancing phospholipid technology, which provides protection (on the shelf and in the body) to optimize stability and absorption.
  • Delivers this high-potency formula in unique liquid capsules, which provide further protection for these delicate fat-soluble nutrients from degradation and oxidation, enhancing stability. Liquid capsules also ensure accurate delivery of the vitamins (i.e., you know exactly how much you’re getting).

The bottom line is that we truly believe Sol Joy is the best vitamin D3 supplement, and we’re confident you’ll agree. Optimize your wellness daily with Sol Joy!

Sol Joy Nutrition & Ingredients

Q: What specifically makes Sol Joy the best supplement of its kind?

Sol Joy is a high-potency vitamin D supplement that combines bioavailability-enhancing phospholipid technology with clinically useful levels of the bioactive forms of vitamins D3 and K2, which work synergistically to support healthy bones and muscles, circulatory health, overall well-being, and a healthy, properly balanced, responsive immune system. Sol Joy also features high-potency vitamin A to provide additional support for healthy immune system function. Sol Joy is non-GMO and FREE from dairy, gluten, and artificial sweeteners. And like all BioTRUST products, Sol Joy undergoes third-party lab testing to ensure purity, potency, and safety.

Q: What is the best way to use Sol Joy?

Take one liquid capsule once or twice a day, with a meal, or as directed by a health-care professional.

Q: How many servings are in a container of Sol Joy?

Each bottle of Sol Joy contains 60 servings.

Q: Does this product contain caffeine or any other stimulants?

No. This product is caffeine- and stimulant-free.

Q: Are there any allergy concerns with this product?

This product contains an ingredient derived from soy (soybean oil), and it is manufactured in a facility that also processes milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, and wheat. Like every BioTRUST product, Sol Joy is made with natural ingredients. Sol Joy is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility and undergoes third-party testing to ensure purity, potency, and safety. If you have any concerns, consult your health-care practitioner.

Q: What if this product doesn’t work for me?

While Sol Joy was created to work, if for any reason at all, you are unsatisfied with your purchase, just let us know, and we will issue a prompt and courteous refund even on empty bottles. You’re always protected by our naturally-honest 60-day Money-Back Guarantee.