Vitamin D

Our Vitamin D is in the form of cholecalciferol for optimal absorption in the body. Vitamin D supports strong and healthy bones and helps our bodies maintain a healthy immune system.

1 capsule per day + $9.00/mo


Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and therefore plays a key role in supporting bone health.

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Vitamin D supports healthy immune system function.

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Our bodies produce Vitamin D through exposure to sunlight. It can be difficult to meet the daily recommended levels via sun exposure.

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  • Product

    Vitamin D

  • Direction

    1 capsule

  • Daily dose

    1000 IU Vitamin D

No Added Gluten
No Added Lactose
  • Ingredients

    Vitamin D (as Colecalciferol (Cholecalciferol) 25mcg)

  • Allergens

    Contains Soya. May contain residual traces of Sulphites.


Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin and/or mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If you have any pre-existing conditions, or are on any medications always talk to your health professional before use.

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Let's break it down

How it works

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts like a hormone as it can be produced by the body and moves through the circulation. Fat-soluble vitamins are broken down by bile and absorbed by the intestinal wall where they are carried around the bloodstream by proteins. Vitamin D is converted in the liver and kidneys to the active form of vitamin D. Vitamin D is one of the major stimulators for calcium absorption in the intestine. It helps calcium support bones by promoting healthy mineral density and bone repair.

Dietary Boost

Vitamin D is produced by the bare skin when exposed directly to sunlight. The risk factors for deficiency may include environmental conditions e.g. geographical locations, sun protection, nutrient deficiencies, inflammatory diseases, age and skin type. Try exposing your bare skin to 10mins of direct sunlight daily. Small amounts of vitamin D can be found in fatty fish e.g. salmon, tuna and sardines, beef and liver, eggs and some fortified foods. It is estimated that 31% of adults in Australians have a vitamin D deficiency (Nowson & Margeison 2002).

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Vitamin D