Vitamin D3 (4000IU) – Sunshine Vitamin
Vitamin D3 (4000IU) – Daily Dose Of Vitamin D With Coral Calcium
Vitamin D3 To Help Support:
- Healthy Immune System Response
- Healthy Hormonal Balance
- Better Calcium Absorption
- Better Phosphorus Absorption In The Blood And Bones
- Normal Cell Differentiation And Proliferation Regulation
- Insulin Sensitivity And Blood Sugar Regulation
- Regulating Over 200 Genes In The Body
- Overall Body Health When Sunlight Is Scarce
Vitamin D (4000IU) is a precursor hormone — the building block of a powerful steroid hormone in your body called calcitriol. As a hormone, Calcitriol controls phosphorus, calcium, and bone metabolism and neuromuscular function in the body. For centuries Vitamin D was was considered to be only essential to maintaining bone health, but recently more and more studies are linking Vitamin D to Overall Body Wellness.
These days supplementation has become very important as the average person is unable to absorb their daily dose of Vitamin through 15-20 minutes unprotected sun exposure. The average healthy body can naturally synthesize about 10,000–15,000 IU of vitamin D3 in the skin within minutes of sun exposure, without ill effect. Sunscreen lotions above SPF 15 and glass windows block the essential UVB rays the body needs to synthesize this crucial vitamin. In these circumstances, taking a Vitamin D supplement every day is essential to maintaining good health and protecting the body from various potential illnesses.
This Vitamin D3 delivers a significant dose of 4,000 IU’s (international units) of Vitamin D3 as well as a 100 mg of calcium from coral per capsule. The inclusion of coral not only provides 10% RDA for calcium, but also doubles as the flowing agent so no artificial fillers, flowing agents, or excipents are used. Daily D is delivered in a very small #4 vegetable capsule and is very easy to swallow.
The Nutrient from Sunlight
Vitamin D is naturally produced by the human body when exposed to direct sunlight. Season, geographic latitude, time of day, cloud cover, smog, and sunscreen affect UV ray exposure and vitamin D synthesis in the skin, and it is important for individuals with limited sun exposure to include good sources of vitamin D in their diet.
Contains NO milk, soy, yeast, wheat, gluten, sodium, salt, sugar, starch, fat, cholesterol, oil, emulsifier, wax, binder, filler, excipients, lubricant, coating, diluents, flowing agent, common allergen, color, flavor, sweetener, or preservative.