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Research and benefits

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Supports bone health

Adequate intake of vitamin D is essential to maintain healthy bones. Vitamin D is necessary for calcium and phosphorus absorption, which is why it is a major component of bone health.* Ingesting adequate calcium and vitamin D throughout life as part of a well-balanced diet may reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Number of studies

10

Years of studies

1992-2021

Double-blind placebo

Yes

Adequate intake of vitamin D is essential to maintain healthy bones. Vitamin D is necessary for calcium and phosphorus absorption, which is why it is a major component of bone health.* Ingesting adequate calcium and vitamin D throughout life as part of a well-balanced diet may reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Produced from the sun

Vitamin D is found in certain foods, and our bodies also produce it through exposure to sunlight. However, a number of factors impact the ability for people to get necessary levels of vitamin D through sun exposure. Factors that prevent people from getting sun exposure include wearing sunblock, cloud cover patterns, smog, and the angle at which the sun hits the earth where you live.

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2021

Double-blind placebo

No

Vitamin D is found in certain foods, and our bodies also produce it through exposure to sunlight. However, a number of factors impact the ability for people to get necessary levels of vitamin D through sun exposure. Factors that prevent people from getting sun exposure include wearing sunblock, cloud cover patterns, smog, and the angle at which the sun hits the earth where you live.

Helps keep your immune system strong

Several placebo-controlled studies have shown that vitamin D can regulate the growth and function of immune cells, which are critical for a healthy immune and inflammatory response. In one study, participants who were given 50 mcg (2,000 IU) of vitamin D saw a higher concentration of the immune cells responsible for strengthening our bodies’ natural defense system.*

Number of studies

4

Years of studies

2000-2018

Double-blind placebo

No

Several placebo-controlled studies have shown that vitamin D can regulate the growth and function of immune cells, which are critical for a healthy immune and inflammatory response. In one study, participants who were given 50 mcg (2,000 IU) of vitamin D saw a higher concentration of the immune cells responsible for strengthening our bodies’ natural defense system.*

Better
ingredients

Our Vitamin D is fermented with probiotics, yeast and enzymes, which gently cultures nutrients into an easily digested, highly active form that is easy for your body to absorb. In contrast, most vitamin D products are isolates, which are less bioavailable.

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