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It may be dull outside but you can get a little extra sunshine in your life with SunVit-D3.
Vitamin D is responsible for important functions within the body that help keep us fit, strong and healthy. It helps regulate calcium and phosphate levels which are necessary for healthy teeth and bones. No matter how much calcium and phosphorus we consume, if we are deficient in vitamin D our bodies simply cannot absorb them, resulting in bone deformities such as rickets and osteomalacia.
Although weak bones are linked to vitamin D deficiency, there are also links between vitamin D and cancer, asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and Chron’s disease. Vitamin D aids communication between cells in your body and makes them function more efficiently, so the more vitamin D available in your body the better your organs will function. Clinical trials have found that vitamin D levels are low in 90% of people diagnosed with degenerative diseases such as cancer and heart disease, so it’s easy to see why medical professionals are recommending that we avoid vitamin D deficiency.
Clinical studies relate higher Vitamin D3 to a stronger pelvic floor and beating depression - You really need Vitamin D3 RIGHT NOW!
Recent clinical studies have even found that there is a link between vitamin D and pelvic floor health. To help keep your pelvic floor strong and toned and to keep incontinence and prolapse at bay it is recommended you take vitamin D supplements. So if you’re currently getting your pelvic floor in shape with a kegel exerciser, SunVit-D3 is the perfect accompaniment to give your exercise programme an extra boost.
Vitamin D3 is unique in that it’s the only vitamin that can be created by the body when our skin is exposed to sunlight. Many people do not have enough vitamin D3 due to lack of exposure to the sun. The gloomy British weather often means we do not get enough sun on our skin, and since it’s important to slather on the sunscreen to reduce the risk of skin cancer when the sun does decide to shine, many of us simply do not get enough sun to produce healthy levels of vitamin D3 and we put ourselves at risk of bone deformities and unhealthy cell function.
You can top up on your vitamin D3 levels by taking daily supplements; experts recommend adults take 25 micrograms of vitamin D each day, and although vitamin D is found in many food supplements it is usually not in high enough volumes and should be taken in its pure form. SunVit-D3 is a high quality concentrated 1000IU/25mcg dosage that is free from wheat, gluten, soya dairy and gelatin, as well as being approved by the Vegetarian Society, so by choosing Sun-Vit you can rest assured you are consuming high quality and healthy vitamin D3 levels.
The clinical report that cites Vitamin D as beneficial for the pelvic floor, "Vitamin D status in women with pelvic floor disorder symptoms" can be found at PubMed.gov.
How much Vitamin D3 should a healthy adult supplement with?
A growing number of clinicians and researchers who have studied Vitamin D3 are championing us all to consume more of this important vitamin nutrient. Due to Vitamin D3’s high safety profile in doses up to 10,000 IU per day and because of the important, wide-ranging role it plays in our health, consuming 2,000 to 4,000 IU per day of this nutrient at times of the year when sunlight is scarce is a prudent way to improve overall health.
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|SKU / Product Code||92609|
|Recommended For||Bone health, muscle strength, beating depression, improving cognitive behaviour.|
|Does Not Include||Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Soya, Glycerin.|
|Dosage||1-2 tablets per day|
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Yes you can, no problem, but as AdCal D supplement is a prescription medication it would be best to mention it to your GP so she/he knows what you are supplementing with. Ideally you will have had your D levels tested at the GP and she/he will have prescribed as to your body levels. Reading on-line I see AdCal D supplement offers 400iu of Vitamin D3. So our Vitamin D's levels have a higher IU.IU stands for International Units and is used for the measurement of drugs and vitamins.
The Vitamin D Council recommends that adults take 5,000 IU/day of vitamin D3 for the rest of their life. The Institute of Medicine’s Food and Nutrition Board (US based) say 600 IU/day is enough for adults and the Endocrine Society says 2,000 IU/day is enough for most adults.
They go on to say that 'We think the safest thing to do while all the research is going on is to maintain natural vitamin D levels. By natural, we mean those levels obtained by those with natural sun exposure, such as lifeguards, some roofers and gardeners, and others who work in the sun and expose a lot of skin to sunshine. This is how our ancestors behaved throughout our evolutionary history.'
The Vitamin D Council is US based, and possibly have a vested interest in promoting Vitamin D3 - but we are big fans both for its anti ageing properties and muscle strengthening properties here at StressNoMore. And of course, as we are based in the Northern hemisphere - we are not exactly inundated with sun...!
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