D3, 2000 IU, 90 Tablets, Innate Response Formulas
Helps maintain strong bones and healthy hormone production
FoodState® vitamin D3 is delivered in S. Cerevisiae Immune blend for synergistic support.
- 90 tablets, 90 servings.
- 2000IU (50mcg) of vitamin D3 is delivered with organic foods - brown rice, parsley leaf, broccoli, carrot and beetroot - that provide synergistic cofactors.
- Promotes a sense of overall well-being.
Vitamin D3, also known as cholecalciferol, is a form of vitamin D that can be synthesized in the skin through exposure to sunlight or obtained from certain dietary sources.
Supplementation with vitamin D3 has been associated with several health benefits:
Bone Health: Vitamin D3 plays a crucial role in calcium absorption and bone metabolism. It helps regulate calcium and phosphate levels in the body, promoting bone mineralization and reducing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis.
Immune Function: Vitamin D3 has immunomodulatory effects and plays a role in supporting the immune system. It may help enhance the function of immune cells and reduce the risk of respiratory infections, autoimmune diseases, and certain cancers.
Mood and Mental Health: There is evidence linking low vitamin D3 levels to an increased risk of mood disorders such as depression and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Supplementing with vitamin D3 may help improve mood and alleviate symptoms of these conditions.
Heart Health: Vitamin D3 deficiency has been associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Adequate vitamin D3 levels may help maintain healthy blood pressure, reduce inflammation, and improve overall cardiovascular health.
Muscle Strength and Function: Vitamin D3 is involved in muscle function and strength. Supplementation with vitamin D3 has shown potential benefits in improving muscle performance, reducing the risk of falls, and enhancing physical performance, especially in older adults.
- Cancer prevention: Some studies suggest that higher levels of vitamin D may be associated with a decreased risk of certain cancers, including colorectal, breast, and prostate cancer. However, more research is needed to establish a definitive link.