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Best known for supporting bones, Vitamin D has more recently made headlines as an overall health enhancer. The problem? Many of us don't get enough. This is a major concern: 1+ billion people worldwide fall short on Vitamin D, and may face elevated health risks as a result.1, 2
- Essential D is formulated with 1,000 IU (International Units) of Vitamin D
- Convenient once-a-day formula
- Contains Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol), the same form of Vitamin D that is created by your body
- Easy-to-swallow soft gels
Essential D: Absorbable Vitamin D3
Designed for easy absorption, Essential D contains 1,000 IU of Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol), a bioavailable form that matches what your body produces naturally.
Benefits of Vitamin D3
- Helps in the development and maintenance of bones and teeth
- Helps to prevent vitamin D deficiency
- Helps in the absorption and use of phosphorus
Some causes of Vitamin D deficiency may include
- Getting older: Vitamin D gets harder to absorb and synthesize with age.5
- Staying indoors: Your skin needs sunlight in order to make Vitamin D.
- Sunblock: Using SPF 8+ may reduce the skin's Vitamin D synthesis by 95%.6
- Overweight: Carrying extra pounds may create D insufficiency risks.7
Adults and adolescents 14 and over, take one (1) soft gel one time daily. If you are pregnant, nursing or on medications, you may want to consult with a healthcare provider before using. Keep out of reach of children. To report a serious adverse event or obtain product information, contact 1-800-991-7116. Information provided herein is for informational purposes only.View Supplement Facts Panel
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This reference may help and be sure to use, if so: https://www.verywellhealth.com/vitamin-d3-5082500
1 Vitamin D Deficiency and Related Disorders, http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/128762overview