Vitamin D

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  • Enhances production of immunity
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What is Vitamin D?

Vitamin D has a critical role when it comes to overall health. Vitamin D has multiple benefits, including enhanced immunity, skin health, and promotion of muscle strength and performance.

Read More About Vitamin D is and How it Works

Research has shown several health benefits of maintaining sufficient vitamin D levels. The best way to enjoy these health benefits is to get the daily recommended amount of vitamin D through food, supplements, and exposure to sunlight.

  • Helps Prevent Bone Diseases
    Vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium, which keeps bones strong and healthy.
  • Can Prevent Respiratory Infections
    Boosting your vitamin D level can help reduce the risk of respiratory infections such as colds and the flu.
  • Helps Prevent Against Heart Disease and Stroke
    Getting adequate vitamin D may help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and heart failure.
  • Reduce the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
    Research shows that vitamin D may help increase insulin sensitivity, boost beta-cell function, and reduce inflammation, all of which help reduce the risk of and the management of type 2 diabetes.
  • Helps Prevent Cognitive Decline and Dementia
    Vitamin D receptors in the brain tissue may aid in cognitive function and reduce the risk of dementia.

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Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D is essential for the proper functioning of your body, including bone health and immunity. Most adults should get 400-800 international units (IU) of vitamin D daily, but this intake can be challenging to obtain through diet.

What Should I Look For In a Vitamin D Supplement

Not all Vitamin D supplements are made the same. Here are some important factors to consider when choosing a vitamin D supplement:

  • Dosage - More isn’t always healthier. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, too much can be harmful (think over 4,000 IU daily). Try to keep your intake between 400-2,000 IU daily based on your age. Learn more
  • Type - Not all vitamin D’s are the same. There are 2 main forms of vitamin D: Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 Comes from Animal sources, while Vitamin D2 from Plant sources. Learn more
  • Pairs Well With - Nutrients usually don’t work in isolation, Many of them depend on one another. For example, taking vitamin D3 with vitamin K2 works synergistically to promote healthy calcium metabolism. Learn more
  • Quality - Choose products that ha ve third-party certifications for safety and quality like the US Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) or NSF International, to ensure that you’re getting the amount of D on the label, without any unwanted ingredients or additives. Learn more
  • Manufacturing process - Similarly look for products that come from brands that adhere to the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs)Trusted Source. Learn more

Why Is VitaRx's Vitamin D the right choice for you?

To develop our products, we teamed up with nutritionists with extensive experience in vitamins, minerals, supplements, and overall nutrition. We carefully research both the final product and all the ingredients that go into it to provide the highest-quality vitamins.

  • Smarter Formulas
    Each of our vegetarian vitamin D capsules contains 1,000 IU/45 mcg to ensure you meet the recommended daily intake.
  • Better Ingredients
    We combine our vitamin D supplements with D3 and K2 to promote healthy calcium metabolism.
  • Manufactured in the U.S.
    Our supplements are manufactured and encapsulated in the United States in a facility that adheres to U.S. FDA Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) regulations.

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When is the best time to take vitamin D?

Take vitamin D at any time during the day, alongside or after a meal.

How to get vitamin D?

You can get vitamin D from food, natural sunlight or supplements. Foods that contain vitamin D are oily fish, red meats, dairy and more.  To get vitamin D from the sun, aim to get 10-30 minutes of midday sunlight, a few times a week. Supplements are often used for those that do not get enough vitamin D naturally.

How much vitamin D is too much?

Vitamin D toxicity is uncommon but too much Vitamin D is also not a good thing. 4,000 IU daily is on the very highest range of what you should be taking. Most people need somewhere between 400 -2,000 IU daily

How much vitamin D per day for a woman?

For most women, 600 IU of Vitamin D is the recommended daily intake. Up to 4,000 IU per day on the highest end of the scale.

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