NATIONS NUTRITION VITAMIN D DROPS
ASSIST IN KEEPING YOUR BONES AND MUSCLES HEALTHY
OUR VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENT CAN AID YOU
IN IMPROVING YOUR IMMUNITY AND INCREASING YOUR ENERGY LEVELS
DECREASE THE RISK OF HEART DISEASE AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
WITH OUR VITAMIN D DROPS SUPPLEMENT
Nations Nutrition Vitamin D3
Nations Nutrition’s Vitamin D3 supplement is a high potency, natural immune booster. This essential vitamin is needed for overall health support and is vital for keeping your bones, organs, muscles and brain healthy. Vitamin D3 also helps the cells all over your body to communicate properly.
If you’re vitamin D deficient you may experience the following symptoms:
- muscle or joint pain
- bone pain
- tiredness or fatigue
Even without symptoms too little vitamin D can pose health risks, such as increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment in older adults, severe asthma in children as well as cancer.
Protect your family from the perils of vitamin D deficiency with our easy to take vitamin D3 supplement. Our D3 liquid drops are suitable for the whole family and you can take them as is or add them to a drink.
ARE YOU D DEFICIENT?
75% OF AMERICANS ARE DEFICIENT IN VITAMIN D3
ONLY 10% OF OUR DAILY VITAMIN D CAN COME FROM FOOD
VITAMIN D3 CAN HELP REDUCE THE RISK OF BREAST CANCER BY UP TO 83%
Frequently Asked Questions
What is vitamin D?
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that is needed for overall health and wellbeing. This nutrient is important for increasing intestinal absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, and zinc.
Why do we need vitamin D?
Vitamin D is very important for strong bones. Calcium and phosphorus are essential for developing the structure and strength of your bones, and you need vitamin D to absorb these minerals. Even if you eat foods that contain a lot of calcium and phosphorus, without enough vitamin D, you can’t absorb them into your body. Vitamin D is also known to help with immune system function, muscle function, cardiovascular function, brain development and anti-cancer effects.
Where do I get vitamin D?
Vitamin D is naturally made by your body when you expose your skin to the sun. You can also get vitamin D from a suitable vitamin D supplement like Nations Nutrition’s vitamin D3 liquid drops.
Can I get enough vitamin D from food?
You cannot get enough vitamin D from food and need to spend some time outdoors or increase your vitamin D intake with a vitamin D supplement. There are however, a few natural foods that are high in vitamin D which include fish oils, fatty fish like tuna, mackerel and salmon, mushrooms, beef liver, cheese and egg yolks.
How does vitamin D work?
When your skin is exposed to the sun, it produces vitamin D and sends it to your liver. If you take supplements or eat foods that contain vitamin D, your gut also sends the vitamin D to your liver. From here, your liver changes it to a substance called 25(OH)D. This chemical is sent all over your body where different tissues, including your kidney, turn it into activated vitamin D. This activated vitamin D is now ready to perform its duties.
How much vitamin D do I need?
The Institute of Medicine’s Food and Nutrition Board suggests that that 2 000 International Units (IU) per day of vitamin D is safe for adults and that 1 000 IU per day is safe for infants up to 12 months of age.
How can I tell if I need vitamin D?
If you’re vitamin D deficient you may experience the following symptoms: muscle or joint pain, bone pain, tiredness or fatigue and depression among other things. If you suspect, you have a vitamin D deficiency you should visit your doctor and get tested. He will conduct a 25-hydroxy vitamin D test, also known as the 25-OH vitamin D test. The amount of 25-hydroxyvitamin D in your blood is a good indication of how much vitamin D your body has. The test is simple and involves drawing blood either from a vein for adults or a finger prick for children and infants.
Is there more than one form of vitamin D?
The major forms of vitamin D are vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Some dietary vitamin D2 comes from plants, but he largest contribution to dietary intake of vitamin D is the vitamin D3 in fish liver oils, eggs, milk, and liver. Most vitamin D dietary supplements contain vitamin D3.
Can I overdose on vitamin D?
Excess exposure to sunlight does not lead to vitamin D toxicity because the formation of vitamin D in the skin is slowed once dietary vitamin D intakes are sufficient and blood levels of the activated forms are high. Dietary vitamin D can, however, produce toxic effects when consumed in very large quantities, especially over an extended period of time. Studies have shown that subjects with abnormally high levels of vitamin D intake can suffer from a wide range of signs and symptoms, from dehydration to permanent mineral deposits in soft tissues, including muscle, heart, kidney, and cartilage.
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