Improve Calcium Absorption to Support Bone Health
✔ Helps improve calcium absorption and provides immune support1
✔ Vitamin D helps improve calcium absorption to support bone health, provides immune support, and helps support cellular health2
✔ Vitamin D is known as the -sunshine vitamin- because it can be synthesized naturally in the skin upon exposure to UV rays, but not all of us are able to get enough sun on a daily basis3
✔ Supplementation with vitamin D is important for maintaining normal blood calcium levels1
Helps Improve Calcium Absorption and Immune Support
Vitamin D helps your body improve calcium absorption to support bone health. Studies also link it to immune support, cardiovascular health, and it helps support cellular health.1 The FDA currently recommends 400 IU (about 1 mg) of vitamin D daily, but new studies are revealing that this amount is outdated and highly insufficient. The Vitamin D Council, a nonprofit organization that researches vitamin D deficiency, currently recommends taking higher dosages of vitamin D daily.
Vitamin D is known as the -sunshine vitamin- because it can be synthesized naturally in the skin upon exposure to UV rays. It is often paired with calcium because vitamin D works with the body to help improve calcium absorption and support bone health. Studies also suggest that vitamin D provides immune support and helps support cellular health.2
However, not all of us are able to get enough sun on a daily basis. Due to the important role that calcium plays in our bone health, supplementation with vitamin D is recommended for maintaining normal blood calcium levels to support bone health and support cellular health.1,2
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