7 Best Vitamin D Supplements To Reduce Daytime Fatigue

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Garden of Life sprays are the only certified organic spray vitamins offering a more bioavailable (how quickly and how much reaches its target) format that reaches the bloodstream quicker, therefore more efficiently absorbed into the bloodstream and utilised by the body. Formulations in spray form bypass the digestive tract, and therefore those who have underlying digestive issues or generally poor absorption can benefit from formulations in sprays. They taste great and are very convenient, and easily carried so can be taken quickly and conveniently on the go. The dose can also be easily tailored depending on seasonal needs.

Garden of Life's Vegan D3 vitamin D Spray provides a high strength of 1000iu, which is a highly absorbable, biologically active form of Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). In other words, this is the form of vitamin D that the body naturally produces after sun exposure. Vitamin D3 is an essential nutrient that contributes to the normal function of the immune system and blood calcium levels, which in turn supports the maintenance of healthy bones and teeth.

Since vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin, Vegan D3 is delivered in a lipid base (fat soluble base) of organic pumpkin seed oil and organic cranberry seed oil for better absorption. This great vitamin D supplement is suitable for everyone, but vegans and vegetarians may be prone to deficiency throughout the winter as many food sources are animal derived. Public health advice essentially recommends supplementation for all during autumn and winter and for certain individuals or 'at risk' groups during summer and spring too. Those who require supplementation throughout the year in summary, include those who are housebound or cover their skin for long periods, all pregnant and breastfeeding women, people over 65 years of age and infants from 6 months to aged 5.

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