Vitamin DVitamin D is most commonly associated with assisting with the maintenance of strong bones and teeth, helping support the functions of the immune system and contributing toward normal muscle functions.
Recent research has highlighted the importance of Vitamin D for general health. Those at particular risk of deficiency are children aged six months to five-years-old, the elderly, pregnant women and those that rarely get outdoors (lack of sunshine).
Vitamin D3 is the most bioavailable form of this nutrient.
• Vitamin D contributes to build strong bones and teeth
• Vitamin D supports the normal usage of calcium and phosphorus in the body
• Vitamin D helps regulate immune activity
• Vitamin D may be beneficial for pregnant women
• Vitamin D supplementation may be beneficial during winter months