Vitamin D is vital for good health and disease prevention, but most of us suffer from a deficiency of this vital nutrient. It seems that new studies on Vitamin D’s health benefits are coming out daily. D controls our ability to absorb calcium, regulate cell growth, and helps support a healthy immune system. Recent studies show that sufficient vitamin D intake may help to prevent some cancers, while a deficiency is linked not just to cancer.
– Bone & Joint Health
– Sleep & Mood
Vegetarian Vitamin D (cholecalciferol) (400Iu) in a base of extra virgin olive oil, safflower oil and sunflower oil.
Keep out of the reach of children.
1 drop daily. For infants place on bottle or breast nipple. For toddlers and children place on or mix into food.
In Canada we are blessed to have four distinct seasons. This is great for our plants and wildlife, but it does limit the number of hours we can get exposed to sunlight long enough and strong enough for our bodies to produce vitamin D. Additionally, in today’s society we are more likely to be found indoors at a desk than outside in the sunshine tilling the fields. The combined effect is that Vitamin D deficiency is becoming ubiquitous. This is true regardless of ethnicity, occupation or diet (vegetarians, vegans and omnivores alike). Luckily, it is possible to get enough of this very important vitamin!
Vitamin D “the sunshine vitamin” has received quite a bit of attention over the last few years. Recently, the recommended amounts for Vitamin D increased for people of all ages. This is of great concern as Vitamin D is not found in many foods and virtually all Canadians (and Americans) are deficient.
Vitamin D is a nutrient that helps your body function well, ward off disease and absorb calcium. Calcium and Vitamin D work together to help you maintain healthy bones and teeth. Vitamin D also helps your muscles, nerves and immune system work properly. Recent research has shown that Vitamin D may be linked to lowering the risk of diseases such as multiple sclerosis and some cancers.
When sun exposure presents a health risk to sensitive skin, how can you obtain the Vitamin D necessary to build strong bones and teeth and to ward off disease? Health Canada and the Canadian Medical Association agree that supplementation is the safest, most effective way for you to receive this important nutrient without risk of overexposure to sun. The current recommendation is 1000 IU daily.
Vegetarian Vitamin D Drops comes with a convenient, easy-to-use dropper that precisely dispenses 1000 IU of pure Vitamin D every time. The droplets can be taken directly on the tongue or droplets can be added to food or drinks. They are made with Pure GMO-Free Vegetarian Vitamin D, free of any additives or preservatives. This premium formula is free of colours, flavours and preservatives, and it contains no animal products or by-products, salt, sugar, gluten, wheat, dairy, nuts, soy, corn or lactose. Pure-lē Natural Vegetarian Vitamin D Drops are a natural-sourced supplement of Vitamin D. They are tasteless and odourless, as well as easy to use and specifically designed for breastfed babies, as they are designed to be sucked off any clean surface such as mother’s nipple or pacifier. They can also be dropped onto food or into liquids once the baby is older and begins to eat solids.