Buy Bio-Vitamin D3 D-Pearls Online in the UK
The symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency are fatigue, hair loss, back and muscle pain, and sometimes depression can be symptoms of a lack of vitamin D3.
The UK government recommends a vitamin D3 supplement for several key groups of people, including:
- Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.
- Young children from six months to five years old.
- People over 65 years of age.
- Those with low or no exposure to the sun.
More than one billion people worldwide are estimated to be deficient in vitamin D3.
What are the advantages of vitamin D3?
Vitamin D3 is a terrific nutrient that is vital for our overall health and has a variety of advantages, including:
- Contributing to the immune system's assistance. Furthermore, studies have indicated that vitamin D may boost the production of antiviral and antibacterial proteins in the body.
- Assisting in the maintenance of healthy muscles and nerves.
- Contributing to the preservation of normal teeth and bones.
- Assisting our bodies in absorbing calcium.
What exactly is vitamin D3?
The advantages of Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble type of vitamin D, often known as cholecalciferol when produced naturally.
When we are exposed to enough UV light from the sun, our skin produces vitamin D3. However, our modern lifestyles, which keep us indoors, deprive us of the necessary sunlight. Unfortunately, even the foods we eat contain insufficient vitamin D3 - if any at all!
The easy to consume tablets come in gel 'pearls'. Because vitamin D3 is liposoluble (it dissolves in oil), an oil-based solution is ideal. To improve absorption, our preparation is dissolved in cold pressed organic olive oil. They contain vitamin D3 in the form of cholecalciferol.
The recommended dosage of Bio-Vitamin is 1 - 5 capsules per day.
To be taken with food and a glass of water.
Do not exceed recommended amount.
People with hyperparathyroidism and sarcoidosis should consult a physician before taking vitamin D3 supplements.
Vitamin D3 may cause kidney stones and headaches if taken in excess.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, as well as those who are taking medication, should seek professional advice before using supplements.
Nutritional supplements should not be taken in place of a varied diet and an healthy lifestyle.