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Numerous studies have unveiled an extensive role for vitamin D within the human body. Researchers have expressed concern about the widespread vitamin D deficiency now seen in the UK. It is believed that at least 2000IU of vitamin D3 is required as a daily intake to maintain adequate blood levels.
Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is also known as the sunshine vitamin, as the vitamin body can manufacture it when exposed to sunlight. Well known for its role in regulating calcium levels, vitamin D is now attracting attention for its other roles and benefits to the body. These include regulation of the immune system, brain function, cellular health, cardiovascular health, muscle function and an anti-inflammatory action.
Vitamin D deficiency is common in the UK (because of our distance from the equator) and dietary intake is often low, with oily fish and eggs being the main sources.
Researchers now believe that at least 2000IU of vitamin D3 is required as a daily intake to receive optimal benefits and maintain an adequate blood level. Ten minutes exposure to sunlight on the skin produces approximately 10,000IU of vitamin D in the body.
Solgar Natural Liquid Vitamin D3 2500IU comes in a great-tasting natural orange flavour, formulated without the use of artificial preservatives, flavours or colours and is ideal for those who have difficulty swallowing capsules or tablets.
Solgar Natural Liquid Vitamin D3 2500IU is formulated without the use of artificial preservatives, flavours or colours.
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