Vitamin D 2000 IU

The main reason why Vitamin D should be included in the diet or taken through sunlight is because it builds your immunity, elevates your mood, and majorly helps in the absorption of calcium. Vitamin D3 is highly unstable in its natural form. Our Vitamin D uses cholecalciferol which is biologically identical to your body’s own D3 to ensure high potency and effectiveness.
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Why Vitamin D?


BONES

Increases intestinal Calcium absorption, and maintains phosphorus levels in the blood. It is associated with decreased vulnerability to serious bone damage like Osteoporosis.


TEETH

Observational studies have concluded that high levels of Vitamin D in people affect their muscle mass and strength in more positive ways than one can imagine.


MOOD

Sunny days uplift your mood and so does D3. It regulates your mood and helps in warding off depression by boosting serotonin levels in your brain.


IMMUNITY

Adequate Vitamin D in the body is associated with decreased likelihood of catching infections, and increased effectiveness of the immune system.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why do I need Vitamin D?

    Despite its sunny environment, there is a notable deficiency in around 70-80% of the Indian population with varying degrees of calcium deficiency.  Thus it is advisable to consume Vitamin D with a calcium supplement to maximise the results. 

  • What are the factors that lead to Vitamin D deficiency?

    Overusing sunscreen, obesity, dark skin, and indoor lifestyle are some of the major reasons why so many of us are deficient in Vitamin D today.

  • What are the visible symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency?

    Studies suggest that more than 80% of Indians are deficient in the sunshine vitamin. Vitamin D2 can be obtained by your daily diet, however Vitamin D3 is best created by the human body when it’s subjected to sunlight. Due to the new indoor lifestyle, it is rather possible that most us are deficient in the sunshine vitamin.

    Having darker skin also means more melanin content and lesser absorption of sunshine. Since the correct absorption of Calcium within your body is essentially influenced by Vitamin D, there’s a higher chance that the deficiency of Vitamin D3 will result in bone pain, backache, bone loss, osteoporosis in women, muscle pain.  

  • Does a vegan diet lead to deficiency of Vitamin D?

    Vitamin D deficiency is a problem among vegans and omnivores alike. A person is most likely to develop a deficiency if sources of Vitamin D are not included in the diet or exposure to sun is insufficient. 

  • Can low levels of Vitamin D cause anxiety?

    Vitamin D is an important part of your overall immune system function. Your immune system is in balance when you get enough Vitamin D. If you don’t get enough, you will have infections and allergies. It also makes your brain more capable of thinking, and is a very important part of your nervous system, making up a big part of the brain’s “black box” known as the hypothalamus.

    The straightforward answer is yes. Vitamin D is really a fat soluble nutrient, which boosts serotonin levels in your system. Serotonin is merely a chemical contained in the brain, bowels, and blood platelets and is directly associated with uplifting mood, energy and positive thoughts.

    Low quantities of vitamin D will mean low serotonin in your body which can cause you to feel more anxious, depressed, irritable, and cravings for sweets.

  • Does Vitamin D deficiency cause hair loss?

    Vitamin D stimulates hair follicles, so a deficiency can result in hair loss. Vitamin D deficiency is often linked to alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition that triggers patchy hair loss. 

  • What are some other benefits of Vitamin D?

    Some unlisted benefits of Vitamin D include reduced risk of osteoporosis, reduction in the risk of type 1 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease, improvement in the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, reduction of the incidence of cataracts, improvement in the immune system, improvement of mood, reduction of cognitive disorders and improvement in bone density.

  • Where does Vitamin D come from?

    Vitamin D is a unique nutrient which can be found in sunlight or through diet and supplements. 

    Most foods do not contain Vitamin D in them. Milk is the most common food to which Vitamin D is sometimes added during processing. Apart from that, yogurt and cheese are not made with fortified milk and do not contain any Vitamin D. Fatty fish like tuna and cod liver oil naturally contain Vitamin D.

  • How much milk do I need to drink for my daily dose of Vitamin D?

    One cup of fortified milk contains approximately 100 IU whereas the recommended daily allowance of a healthy individual is 4o0 to 800 IU.

    Some researchers have even found that only 20% milk kept in stores is fortified with Vitamin D. Especially skimmed milk contains very little to no Vitamin D. Therefore, milk can only be useful if it is fortified with Vitamin D.