Our Super Immunity Vitamin D3 2000 IU is designed to give you a proper amount of vitamin D3, which ensures absorption of calcium and aids in the bone mineralization process, giving you strong and healthy bones. It improves neuromuscular functions, maintains the calcium and phosphorus levels in your blood, and promotes your immune system by making its responses more innate and adaptive.
This product is has no added artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives. It is gluten, lactose, and fructose free. All ingredients are sourced from trusted suppliers and lab tested by third parties to ensure quality.
Vitamin D is considered an essential vitamin, and with all rights. It not only makes your bones grow healthy and strong, it also boosts your immune system. Vitamin D is also known as the sunshine vitamin, as the body naturally produces it when sunlight directly hits the skin. A deficiency in vitamin D can lead to brittle bones and other issues related to bone health, as well as a higher susceptibility to bacterial and viral infections. As a fat soluble vitamin, the body will store the excess vitamin D in the fat tissues for later use, making it as good as impossible to overdose on naturally produced vitamin D. While you really have to put your mind to it if you want to overdose on vitamin D supplements, there are still a few things to consider when supplementing.
The IU stands for International Unit, a unit used for measuring the substance in fat soluble vitamins and some hormones. To put it simply, one can say that it tells you how much biological activity there is in a certain amount of vitamin mg. When it comes to how much vitamin D you need, it all depends on how and where you live. If you have regular exposure to sunlight and live close to the equator, then a daily intake of about 400-800 IU might be enough, but if you have a lifestyle that is mostly indoors, or live in a place with low rates of sunshine, then you might need a daily intake of 1000-4000 IU.
Other things to consider when supplementing for vitamin D is your skin tone and age, as people with darker skin as well as those of an older age produce less vitamin D when exposed to sunlight. That being said, there has yet to be any cases where people have needed more than 4000 IU, so there is no need to exceed that limit, unless so cautioned by professional doctors.