Vit D 1000IU with Salmon Oil
AUST L 219647
Product code: VD200
Vitamin D is essential for promoting the absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus and the normal calcification of the skeleton. It maintains the neuromuscular function and various other cellular processes, including the immune system and insulin production. Additionally, several cross-sectional studies have associated lower vitamin D status with a decreased lung function. Vitamin D is produced in skin upon exposure to UVB radiation from the sun or from limited dietary sources. Therefore people living in polluted areas with a limited exposure to sunlight should take more vitamin D supplements.
Available Sizes: 200 Capsules
- Vitamin D is important for bone health.
- Vitamin D helps to maintain serum calcium and phosphorus levels, which is critical for the normal development of bones and teeth
- Supports the development and maintenance of strong, healthy bones.
- Supports healthy bone mineral density.
- Vitamin D supports the health and function of the immune system.
- Vitamin D plays a role in the maintenance of normal blood sugar levels in healthy people.
- Vitamin D is mainly produced in our skin by a reaction that requires sunlight. People who limit their exposure to sunlight may have an increased need for vitamin D supplementation.
- Omega 3 fatty acids are very important as the body cannot produce them and they can therefore only obtain them from the diet.
|Each Capsule contains:|
|Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3 1000IU)||25mcg|
Adults, take 1 - 2 Capsules daily, with meals, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Always read the label. Use only as directed.
If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
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