WILD NUTRITION (GENERAL LIVING) Food–State Vitamin D provides a high strength of 1000iu as well as active metabolites necessary to activate vitamin D activity and improve its absorption. The latest Government guidelines recommend Vitamin D supplementation as essesntial for children under 5, pregnant women and the elderly.
Vitamin D plays a vital role in the regulation of key systems in the body such as the cardiovascular and immune systems as well as being an integral nutrient for optimum bone health.
60 tablets (2 months supply)
per daily dose (1 tablet per day)
||% EU RDA*
|Energy, fat, protein, carbohydrate
|*Recommended daily allowance
Suggested daily dose: 1 tablet per day before food
Suitable for vegetarians. 100% Kosher.
Mineral enhanced Yeast providing Vitamin D3; Vegetable stearic acid, vegetable magnesium stearate, vegetable protein (zein).
Free from: Wheat, gluten-containing ingredients, soya, milk products, artificial colours, added sugars, flavourings & preservatives.
Contains no live yeast at time of manufacture.
Cautionary advice: If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking medication or under medical supervision, please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking any food supplement. We advise taking your supplements a minimum of 2 hours after taking any medication. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. Food supplements are not to be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
All Food-State ingredients are produced under low heat conditions, preserving their raw state and naturally provide: Bioactive glycoproteins, Bioactive Lipoproteins, Bioactive Enzymes, Chlorophyll, Glucomannan, SOD, Glutathione, Beta-Glucans, Lipoic Acid, Essential Trace Minerals, Glutamic Acid, Polysaccharides, CoQ10 and B Vitamins.
Vitamin D. Without a sufficient supply of vitamin D, the body cannot form calcitriol (known as the “active vitamin D”) which plays a crucial role in the normal function of the immune, cardiovascular and muscoloskeletal system. Our body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium. This in turn leads to insufficient calcium absorption from the diet. A person who does not get enough vitamin D and calcium is at a higher risk for bone mass loss, of which one example is osteoporosis.