*Protect Your Immune System!
*Enhances Mood & Acts As a Natural Antidepressant!
*Strengthens Bones, Teeth & Joints - Increases The Absorption of Calcium!
*Improve Muscle Function!
Vitamin D is less a vitamin and more a hormone. Higher levels of this substance are linked with a reduced risk of many conditions. Recent studies also indicate vitamin D can have mood-enhancing and Anti-Depressant Effects and lower the risk of Dementia. Other studies indicate that Vitamin D can Aid Weight Loss and Regulate Appetite. Sources of Vitamin D For most people the most important source of vitamin D is through exposure of the skin to sunlight. In a fair skinned person, 20 to 30 minutes of sunlight on the face and forearms at midday repeated two or three times a week are estimated to generate sufficient vitamin D in the summer. Only a relatively small number of foods contain substantial amounts of vitamin D. Oily fish, including salmon, mackerel and trout contain the largest amounts of vitamin D3. Cod liver oil is a rich source of vitamin D3. Smaller amounts are found in eggs. The best source of Vitamin D is from exposure to sunlight, but most people live too far from the equator year round to get enough. Studies have shown up to 70% of people suffer low-level Vitamin D and they, therefore, may wish to take a supplement. It is important to choose a high quality, optimum potency Vitamin D3.
Take 1 tablet daily before a meal. Wash down with 300 ml (10 oz) of water.