Vitamin D3


Research over the past few years has identified the importance of Vitamin D to health, and equally that many groups of the population have low vitamin D status.

Vitamin D3 is the most bioavailable form of this nutrient. Food State Vitamin D3 is complete with lactobacillus, which provides all the necessary food factors to aid absorption in the body.

Doctors and scientists are now also suggesting people, particularly those at risk of vitamin D deficiency such as the elderly and pregnant women, supplement with 20µg Vitamin D3 per day.

• Vitamin D may help to build strong bones and teeth
• Vitamin D supports the normal usage of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
• Vitamin D helps regulate immune activity.
• Vitamin D supplementation may be beneficial during winter months.
• Suitable for children and the elderly.
• Suitable for vegetarians.

Best Natural Sources
Sunlight is necessary for the synthesis of Vitamin D3, which is produced underneath the skin following exposure to sunlight. The following foods contain D3: salmon, mackerel, tuna, sardines, milk, eggs, beef, liver, and Swiss cheese.

Contains 90 tablets.

*Beneficially combined in a base of lactobacillus bulgaricus. This probiotic species is a native inhabitant of the human GI tract.


Nutrient Per 1 tablet dose %RDA
Vitamin D3 20µg
RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance

Suggested Intake:
1 tablet daily, or take as directed by a practitioner.
Suitable for: Vegetarians and for people with Candida and yeast sensitivities.
Contraindications: None.
Non-Active Ingredients: Cellulose & vegetable stearic acid.
Non GM & Free From: Wheat, yeast, starch, gluten, soy, added colourings, sweeteners and preservatives.
Storage: Keep cool, dry and out of direct sunlight.