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Get the sunshine vitamin that’s crucial for immune system during the season of flus and colds. Getting enough vitamin D is the smartest thing you can do this winter!
High-potency formula with 4000 I.U. (100 μg) of vitamin D3 in easy-to-swallow capsules with no artificial colouring. 30-day supply!
High-potency, high-dose formula with 4000 IU (100 μg of vitamin D3)
Small, easy-to-swallow capsules
No artificial colourings
The vitamin D content is verified by the independent laboratory ChemProf
Contents: 1x Vitamin D3 4000 IU 30 capsules/30 days
Sufficient for 30 days
£0.30 / Capsule
Getting enough vitamin D is the smartest thing you can do this winter
While it’s not always obvious that you’re lacking vitamin D, you might notice:
getting sick often (colds, flus)
feeling tired and low on energy
hair falling out more than usual
feel down for no reason
having aches in your bones and muscles
High-potency formula with 4000 I.U.of vitamin D3
Easy-to-swallow capsules with no artificial colouring in 30-day supply!
Boost immune system
Vitamin D helps your innate and adaptive immune responses.
Help maintain muscle function
People with BMI of 25 or higher are more prone to vitamin D deficiency because fat cells tend to act as reservoir for Vitamin D.
Support normal cell division
It’s also an important vitamin that’s involved in many bodily processes, like cell division.
Upkeep density of bones and teeth
The older you get, the harder it is for the skin to synthesise vitamin D.
Better absorption of calcium
Contributes to normal absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus.
Why should you supplement?
Sunscreen can diminish vitamin D3 production by up to 95%! This makes vitamin D supplements a very good idea, all year round.
Vitamin D helps your innate and adaptive immune responses. These are both crucial when your body is either trying to prevent an infection or fight an existing one.
In winter days we all need to take extra precautions for our immune system to be in top shape, so it’s a good idea to ensure sufficient vitamin D intake by taking a high quality supplement.
After menopause, it’s important to take steps to support bone health – taking a vitamin D is one of those steps.
There are not that many foods that are naturally rich in vitamin D (egg yolks and fatty fish, such as salmon, are two). While we do make most of our vitamin D with the help of sunlight, this production goes down during the darker months and whenever we’re not spending enough time outside.
But this isn’t the issue during the darker months only. What do we do in the summer? We stay in air-conditioned rooms and offices. And when we do go outside? We wear sunscreen – it can diminish vitamin D3 production by up to 95%! This makes vitamin D supplements a very good idea, all year round.
During the darker months
Not getting enough sunshine during the dark winter means your body isn’t able to produce enough vitamin D.
If you're indoors alot
If you’re not spending enough time in the sun (either due to your job, being homebound or living in northern latitudes.
If you have some extra pounds
Vitamin D gets trapped in fatty tissue and your body can’t use it as it should.
If you have digestic tract disorder
Conditions like celiac disease, Crohn’s diseases or cystic fibrosis may affect your ability to absorb vitamin D from food.