Vitamin D3 2000IU — 180 SFG


Doctor’s Best Vitamin D3 supports healthy bone density and structure*

Vitamin D3 enhances and regulates immune function, supports optimal cardiovascular function and enhances cellular function

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Vitamin D3Vitamin D3 can be taken as a supplement to improve overall health or used to treat osteoporosis.
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Doctors Best Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is a nutrient that is critical to many bodily functions. Doctor’s Best Best Vitamin D3 is beneficial for supporting bone health, immune wellness, cardio- vascular function, and cellular metabolism, among others. Mounting research is highlighting the ever-increasing benefits of optimal vitamin D3 status. Vitamin D3 is known to interact with over 200 different genes and thus plays a crucial regulatory role as a metabolic activator for a multitude of metabolic processes.

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Vitamin D from dietary intake or sun exposure requires two activation steps in the body. The first activation occurs in the liver, while the second activation occurs in the kidneys, allowing for regulation of calcium metabolism. However, vitamin D receptors are present throughout the body, in tissue such as the skin, cartilage, heart, prostate, bones and intestines. Thus, the second activation step also takes place in local tissues. Recent discoveries have highlighted the important modulatory effects of vitamin D on various cells of the immune system.


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