✔ Supports Bone and Dental Health
✔ Supports Modulation of Immune Function
✔ Supports Healthy Cell Differentiation
✔ Supports Neurological and Cognitive Health
✔ Supports Musculoskeletal Comfort
✔ Supports Cardiovascular Health and Healthy Blood Sugar Metabolism
✔ Supports Vitamin D Repletion in Cases of Dietary Deficiency, Limited Sunlight Exposure, or Use of Depleting Therapies
Vitamin D increases absorption of Calcium from intestines. It assists reabsorption of calcium into bones and promotes optimal bone density. Vitamin D supports immune function and maintains a normal inflammatory response.
- Aids Calcium Absorption
- Supports Bone Health
- Colon, Breast, Pancreas Health
- Cell Growth
- Healthy Immunity
- Weight Loss
- Diabetes and Heart Disease
- Healthy Pregnancy
75% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin D. This critical nutrient is believed to naturally decline in the body and become harder to absorb and synthesize as we age. New research suggests that use of sunblock, with even a low SPF of 8, can reduce natural Vitamin D production by 95%. Adequate calcium and Vitamin D intake throughout life, along with physical activity, may reduce the risk of brittle bone health in later life. Vitamin D promotes peak bone density and mineralization by optimising absorption of calcium and phosphorus through the intestines.
Vitamin D's assistance in maintaining healthy calcium levels is also believed to play a part in promoting cardiovascular health. Due to its beneficial effect on normal cell growth and metabolism, Vitamin D is believed to support breast, prostate, and colon health. Vitamin D may also influence immune function by promoting activity of macrophages and lymphocytes. It is one of the critical nutrients that help maintain the body's normal inflammatory response.
Bone Health: The body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium, and the importance of vitamin D in skeletal health and bone density is well established. Although bone density is most often associated with calcium intakes, insufficient vitamin D negatively affects calcium absorption. Without adequate absorption, the body must take calcium from its stores in the skeleton, which weakens existing bone and prevents the formation of strong, new bone. Clinical research shows that taking vitamin D orally with calcium supplements can support healthy bone turnover, and adequate calcium and vitamin D throughout life—as part of a well-balanced diet—may reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
The Expanding Roles of Vitamin D: The role of vitamin D in good health continues to expand as the knowledge of this vitamin’s effects on different body systems grows. Research now suggests that optimal serum levels of vitamin D support normal cell differentiation, cardiovascular health, normal immune function, good balance, healthy mood, normal fetal development, neuronal growth and neurodevelopment, healthy glucose metabolism, musculoskeletal comfort, periodontal health, and normal intestinal immune responses. Areas of research that have gained momentum over the past several years concern the relationship of vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency to changes in cellular proliferation, changes in fetal brain development, and mental health.
Ingredients: Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) 1000IU per drop.
Recommended Dosage: Shake well before using. Take one drop, one to two times daily (plain or in liquid), or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Contraindications: Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Individuals taking medication should discuss potential interactions with their healthcare practitioner. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.