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Did you know that more than four in 10 adults in the U.S. are deficient in Vitamin D? There a few reasons why so many kids and adults are Vitamin D deficient. One of the primary culprits is lack of sufficient exposure to sunlight. In fact, the EPA reports that the average American spends 93% of their life indoors! And when we're outside, we oftentimes use sunblock or wear protective clothing. With sunlight being the best source of Vitamin D, it's no wonder so many people are coming up short in this critical area.
Why Does Vitamin D Deficiency Matter?
Vitamin D plays a critical role in many of the body’s essential functions, including support for cellular health and our immune system. Insufficient levels of Vitamin D can result in frequent sickness and infection, fatigue, pain, bone and hair loss, and slow-healing wounds. Additionally, further studies indicate that Vitamin D plays an important role in supporting brain health and wellness. Recent studies have demonstrated a relationship between Vitamin D deficiency and cognitive decline as well as other brain health issues.
Liquid Vitamin D-3 can be taken by kids and adults. A liquid version may be easier to digest and a better option for individuals with low stomach acid. Also, liquid versions of supplements may be more bioavailable than capsules for some people. Take the droplets directly or add to food or beverage.
Promotes optimal brain function support.
Enhanced blood flow and oxygenation.
Promotes the removal of non-functioning brain cells.
Between wearing sunblock and spending time indoors, most people don't get nearly enough sun exposure for their body to produce vitamin D naturally. If that's you, aim for 1,000 IU of vitamin D per day. Unfortunately, it's hard to get enough vitamin D through food. To get 1,000 IU, you would have to eat four cans of tuna or about seven ounces of salmon per day! Instead, try a vitamin D supplement.
Vitamin D has been shown to offer a number of critical brain and cognitive benefits. For one, vitamin D supports the growth of new brain cells. In animal studies with Alzheimer's modeling, vitamin D was shown to clear the brain of amyloid, a toxic protein that accumulates in the brain and is associated with Alzheimer's disease. Vitamin D supplementation has been shown to protect against neuroinflammation and promote neurogenesis in animal studies. Furthermore, vitamin D deficiency has been associated with memory loss and an elevated dementia risk.
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Vitamin D or the sunshine vitamin is a vital nutrient for the body. It performs several important functions like giving a boost to the immune system, maintaining nervous system and regulating insulin levels.
4 Drops (approx. 0.112 mL)
Essential nutrients & nourishment for active kids
Designed to support healthy immune system function.
Daily support for the Immune & Cellular Health
“One important yet little known of the numerous functions of vitamin D is the regulation of nervous system development and function. The neuroprotective effect of vitamin D is associated with its influence on neurotrophin production and release, neuromediator synthesis, intracellular calcium homeostasis, and prevention of oxidative damage to nervous tissue. Clinical studies suggest that vitamin D deficiency may lead to an increased risk of disease of the central nervous system (CNS), particularly schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis.” (Wrzosek M, et al, 2013)
“[...] scientists found that the lower the subjects’ vitamin D levels, the more negatively impacted was their performance on a battery of mental tests. Compared with people with optimum vitamin D levels, those in the lowest quartile were more than twice as likely to be cognitively impaired” (source).
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