Physicians Vitamin D Drops
Vitamin D is inadequate in most individuals and daily need appears to be higher than previously thought. Vitamin D’s role in calcium metabolism and bone health is well known. However, it has many other important physiologic roles that are not as well appreciated. Vitamin D receptors are widely distributed in the body, including colon, prostate, breast and ovary, where it acts to inhibit the excessive growth of body cells and tissues and helps cells mature normally. It has been shown to reduce the risk of cancer, especially colon cancer.
Vitamin D is responsible for over 1,000 physiological functions in the body. Adequate amounts of vitamin D, an essential, fat-soluble vitamin, come from consistent exposure to sunshine and are difficult to obtain from dietary sources. Postmenopausal women, older individuals, and those with malabsorption, limited sun exposure, or certain illnesses may need higher intakes of vitamin D.
Vitamin D3 and Bone density: Over 25 million adults in the US are at risk of osteoporosis. Increasing levels of Vitamin D 3 may reduce this risk.
Vitamin D deficiency as also been linked to Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, hypertension and cardiovascular disease
Adequate amounts of vitamin D, an essential, fat-soluble vitamin, come from consistent exposure to sunshine and are difficult to obtain from dietary sources.
Bottle: 1 fluid ounce.
Immune support, cancer prevention, calcium regulation, bone support, brain health
2 to 3 drops directly under the tongue each day. 2000 IU per drop.
Please be sure to have your vitamin D levels tested as it is fat soluble and can increase over time.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.