Vegan Vitamin D3 Capsules

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Vegan Vegetarian Halal Kosher
2,500iu 90 Capsules Allergen-Free
Specification
Nutrient:Vitamin D3
Strength:2,500iu (62.5 micrograms)
Form:Capsule
Quantity:90 capsules per tub
Recommended Use:1 capsule per day, with or without food
Best Before Date:End of June 2022
Suitable For:Vegans, vegetarians, halal, kosher
Traditional Use:Immunity, Bone Health
Other Features:Allergen-free formulation
Mushroom-sourced
Most Vegan Vit D is inferior Vitamin D2
Manufactured in the UK
Full Ingredients:Vitashine™ Vegan Vitamin D3
Stoneground Rice Flour
Natural Rice Concentrate
Natural Rice Extract
HPMC Capsule Shell (size 0)
Description
Treasure Your Health Vegan Vitamin D3 is an allergen-free formulation suitable for vegans and vegetarians, and for people on kosher or halal diets. Our Vitamin D3 capsules contain Vitashine™, the first plant-sourced vitamin d3 on the market. Previously all plant-based vitamin d was in the form of vitamin d2 (ergocalciferol), however the preferred form is vitamin d3 (cholecalciferol), the form naturally produced by your body when exposed to strong sunlight.

Vitamin D deficiency is quite common due to:

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Vitamin D FAQs

Should I take my Vitamin D3 with or without food ?

Many fat-soluble vitamins (A, E and K) are better absorbed with food. However, Vitamin D3, although also fat-soluble, is absorbed well without food. Therefore Vitamin D3 supplementation can be taken with or without food.

What is the maximum recommended daily dose of Vitamin D ?

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recently increased their safe upper limit for adults to 4,000iu per day.

How can I find out if I am deficient in Vitamin D ?

Your GP can arrange a simple blood test to determine the level of vitamin d in your blood. Your GP can then recommend a suitable level of supplementation according to the results.

Can I get all my vitamin d from sunlight ?

Due to the northern latitude of the UK, the sunlight we receive is only strong enough for your skin to synthesise vitamin d during the months of April through to September. The ultraviolet B (UVB) rays in sunlight that trigger production of vitamin d are not transmitted through glass, so sitting in a sunny room does stimulate vitamin d production; you need to be in direct sunlight. The amount of vitamin d produced is also affected by the time of year, time of day, clothing, sunscreen, cloud cover, pollution levels and darkness of skin.

Which foods are naturally high in Vitamin D ?

There are very few foods with significant amounts of Vitamin D. The best sources are fatty fish such as salmon, tuna and herring. Smaller amounts are found is cheese and egg yolks. For vegans wishing to increase their vitamin d levels naturally through food, some mushrooms contain Vitamin D2. Some fortified foods such as bread and milk have vitamin d added.

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