- A dietary supplement
- Vital to health and well-being
- Also plays a major role in immune function
- Vital for promotion of strong bones
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Vitamin D is called the “Sunshine Vitamin” because it is produced naturally by the body after exposure to 20 min – 1/2 hour of sunlight. Many people develop deficiencies due to lack of sun exposure, living in cold climates, and other reasons. Research continues to accumulate showing that vitamin D deficiency is widespread, and that this deficiency is linked to a wide range of illnesses. Vitamin D is most well known for its contribution to joint and bone health by helping the body absorb calcium. However, new research is showing that Vitamin D also plays a major role in immune function, and other metabolic processes important for the maintenance of health and well being. It is especially important to maintain adequate Vitamin D levels in children, as we age, and when we are under stress. Vitamin D-3 is vital for many functions in our bodies, including the promotion of strong bones by assisting calcium metabolism. Vitamin D also influences a host of key biological functions vital to health and well-being. Suggested Use As a dietary supplement take two (2) drops daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. May be mixed with food or liquids, such as water or juice.