Vitamin D Capsules
$11.99 – $28.00
Helps boost immunity
Helps boost immunity
Helps in tissue formation
Our 100% Vegan Vitamin D3 Capsules contain 1000IU of Vitamin D. It is essential for carrying out many functions in the body and most importantly for preventing the bones from becoming weak and brittle. It is also greatly beneficial for eyes, skin and hair health. Vitamin D deficiency may lead to many other problems and this supplement improves any shortfall that may occur.
- Contains vitamin D3 extract, an essential fat soluble vitamin required by the body for. Contains clinically researched ingredients that deliver real benefits to the body.
- Absorbs quickly into the body- Contains 1000IU (international units) of vitamin D, equivalent to one hour of sun exposure daily for direct absorption into the bloodstream.
- Cures vitamin D deficiency – Helps in curing the deficiency caused by lack of exposure to sun. Helps in absorption of dietary calcium and phosphorus to build strong bones and protects skin from damage.
- Vitamin D capsules for women and men- helps in regulating mood swings, anxiety, depression, strengthening weak bones and weak immune system. It also reduces hormonal imbalances in women and hairfall in both genders.
- No artificial additives, no synthetics or fillers used. 100% natural and vegan, Non-Gmo, Gluten Free, Soy free, Gelatin Free, ISO Certified
- Disclaimer- This dietary supplement does not claim or intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
It is recommended for adults above 18 years of age
1 capsule per day is generally recommended
What Makes Us Unique?
HPMC (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose), vegan liquid-filled capsules with no additives
What Makes Us Better?
Unlike regular gelatin-based capsules, we have liquid-filled vegan capsules which are easy to swallow, odorless with better nutrient absorption.
Why Choose Us?
We truly believe in quality over everything else, our only mission is to make your health better than ever.
Health Benefits of Vitamin D3
Vitamin D, first identified as a vitamin early in the 20th century, is now recognized as a prohormone. A unique aspect of vitamin D as a nutrient is that it can be synthesized by the human body through the action of sunlight. These dual sources of vitamin D make it challenging to develop dietary reference intake values.
The major natural source of the vitamin is a synthesis of cholecalciferol in the lower layers of the skin epidermis through a chemical reaction that is dependent on sun exposure (specifically UVB radiation). Cholecalciferol and ergocalciferol can be ingested from the diet and from supplements. Only a few foods, such as the flesh of fatty fish, naturally contain significant amounts of vitamin D.