If the time you spend or are able to spend in the sun is limited, you have a dairy allergy or follow a vegan diet, any of these can mean you may be at risk from vitamin D deficiency.
Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin, and occurs naturally in a few foods, including fish such as salmon and sardines, fish liver oils, egg yolks and in fortified dairy and grain products. Although it is difficult to get enough Vitamin D from diet alone. Read more
The sun is finally out here in the UK and it’s definitely feeling like Summer! But that doesn’t mean you should scrimp on your Vitamin D intake. We know that sunlight is a great natural method of making Vitamin D in your body, but how do you know you’re getting enough? Read more
One of our recent studies found that a surprising three-quarters of Brits (75%) spend most of the daylight hours inside, whilst a third (32%) of the nation confessed to spending less than one hour outside on a typical weekday.
Following these surprising findings, we interviewed some UK-based workers who spend the majority of their working lives indoors, to get more insight into their lunchtime habits and the effect it has on their overall health and wellbeing. Read more
Over the weekend of the 15th - 16th of June, SunVit-D3 attended the British Super Bike championship round 4 at Brands Hatch race circuit. This was an action-packed weekend of qualifying and it was hosted by our newest client Boost Oxygen. Boost Oxygen is a portable, lightweight, 95% pure oxygen. It is all natural and available in either pure form or with essential oil aromas such as Menthol-Eucalyptus and Peppermint. Founded in 2007, Boost Oxygen is currently the bestselling and most trusted oxygen canister brand in the world. After success in the American marketplace, Boost Oxygen is now a firm favourite in the UK market. Read more
Research has found that three-quarters of Brits are literal victims of daylight robbery. A surprising three-quarters of Brits (75%) spend most of the daylight hours inside, whilst a third (32%) of the nation confessed to spending less than one hour outside on a typical weekday.
The research which was conducted by SunVit-D3 found that factors such as socialising (21%) and looking after the kids (15%) played a pivotal role in why Brits are a nation of hibernators. Read more