Why take Vitamin D3 in particular?
Vitamin D isn’t present in most of the foods we consume on a daily basis, (you would need to consume around 54 eggs to get 2000iu of Vitamin D – equivalent to one of our fourfive capsules). Nevertheless, this vitamin is crucial to keep our bones strong and healthy by helping our bodies absorb calcium.
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Not getting enough Vitamin D can increase symptoms of bone and back pain as well as bone and hair loss. Additionally, Vitamin D deficiency might increase your overall likelihood of getting sick. It’s super important to ensure you take this nutrient daily, especially during the winter, when it’s harder for your body to produce Vitamin D due to lower levels of sunlight, especially in the UK.
To highlight the importance of Vitamin D, the NHS has recently advised people in the UK to take 10 micrograms of Vitamin D a day between March and October to keep bones and muscles healthy.