Liquid D3 1000 - 1oz
In addition to supporting bone health, vitamin D plays an important role maintaining cardiovascular health and immune function, and promoting an overall sense of well-being.
- Maintains Bone and Dental Health
- Increases Calcium Absorption and Balance
- Boosts Immune Activity
- Supports Cardiometabolic Health, Blood Sugar Balance Already Within Normal Levels, and Weight Loss
- Helps Increase Musculoskeletal Strength and Comfort
Vitamin D is a steroid vitamin, a group of fat soluble prohormones that are best known for the role they play in supporting bone health and aiding in the absorption of calcium and phosphate from the GI tract. However, a growing body of research highlights its important role in supporting other body systems, including cardiovascular and blood sugar balance.
Liquid Vitamin D3 is delivered in the preferred cholecalciferol form for optimal use by the body. This formula provides 1,000 IU of vitamin D3 per drop and is ideal for those who prefer an alternative to capsules.
1 or more drops per day or as recommended by your health care professional.
Vitamin D Depletion
While it has long been assumed that the majority of the population achieves adequate levels of vitamin D through exposure to the sun, the biosynthesis of the nutrient is affected by time of day, seasons, location, smog/pollution, clothing, and sunscreen.
Bone and Dental Health
Numerous studies have highlighted the importance of vitamin D to maintaining healthy bone density.
Cardiovascular Health and Blood Sugar Balance
In light of the role that vitamin D plays in a variety of tissues and body systems, it comes as no surprise that much research from recent years has underscored its contribution to cardiometabolic wellness. Vitamin D has also been shown to support healthy blood sugar metabolism.
Immune Health and Modulation
One of the more profound functions of vitamin D is its ability to modulate immunity. An important recent study suggested that improving vitamin D status significantly affects the expression of genetic pathways linked to immune activity. Vitamin D has been shown to boost the immune response by up-regulating specific genes that increase cellular production of natural compounds that protect us against pathogens.
Numerous studies also point to the key role of vitamin D in supporting musculoskeletal strength and comfort. In one study, among adult patients with nonspecific musculoskeletal discomfort, over 95% had vitamin D deficiency and responded to replenishment of vitamin D. Moderate deficiency of vitamin D has also been shown to predict knee discomfort over a 5 year period and hip discomfort over 2.4 years.