Vitamin D3 & K2 30 Tablets


Most adults should get 1,000–2,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D3 daily. Some foods, like fatty fish and fortified dairy products, contain this vitamin, but it is difficult to get enough through your diet alone. As a result, vitamin D deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the world.

A study published in The Lancet Global Health including 21?000 people living in 23 African countries found severe vitamin D deficiency in 18% of the participants, suggesting that Africa could be the continent with the highest frequency of severe vitamin D deficiency in the world.
Do you suffer from:

• Frequent illness or infections
• Fatigue and tiredness
• Bone and back pain
• Depression, mood swings, sleep disturbances
• Impaired wound healing
• Bone loss, osteoporosis, bone fractures, and muscle weakness.
• Anxiety (Vitamin D deficiency is linked to anxiety disorders.)
• Low vitamin D levels have been linked with heart disease
• In children, a vitamin D deficiency can cause rickets. (a disease of children caused by vitamin D deficiency, characterized by imperfect calcification, softening, and distortion of the bones typically resulting in bowlegs).
• Research has implicated Vitamin D deficiency in such neurological diseases as Alzheimer’s Syndrome and Multiple Sclerosis.

You could have a vitamin D3 deficiency.

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Vitamin D3 & K2 30 Tablets