Lack of vitamin D, a nutrient that is generated primarily through exposure to sunlight, contributes to the risk of heart attack and strokes.
Experts estimate that up to half of adults and 30 percent of children and teenagers in the United States are vitamin D-deficient. There is a wide array of studies linking increased cardiovascular risk with vitamin D deficiency.
Vitamin D is well known as the "sunshine vitamin" because human skin makes the nutrient upon exposure to sunlight. However, most people are not exposed to enough sunlight to keep Vitamin D levels optimum.
Emulsified vitamin D such as in Vitamin D Mulsion Forte are the most absorbable vitamin D 3 supplements. Each bottle contains 750 drops, and each drop supplies 2000 IU of vitamin D. Some health professionals suggest taking 4000 or more IU per day to correct deficiencies.
Vitamin D has been used to prevent and treat serious diseases. It is essential to help maintain bone density. Insufficient vitamin D has been shown to play a role in the development of MS, rheumatoid arthritis and other ill health situations.
Ingredients: Vitamin D 3 (as cholecalciferol, lanolin based) 2,000 IU