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October 17, 2018

How To Get Enough Vitamin D In Autumn And Winter

With darkness descending upon us as the clocks go back, making sure you’re getting enough Vitamin D is essential. A recent study found that 19% of British adults have low levels of Vitamin D, and these low levels could only get worse during the autumn and winter months. Studies have shown that we need around 10 minutes of sunshine a day to get your Vitamin D fix, but of course, everyone is different.

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October 12, 2018

SunVit-D3 Sponsors Study Into Identifying Male Cyclists At Risk Of RED-S

SunVit-D3 has recently sponsored a study into how to identify male cyclists at risk or RED-S and the effects Vitamin D can have for the men with the condition. SunVit-D3 is keen on promoting the benefits of Vitamin D in Sports performance as long hours of training can be very demanding on an athlete's body, particularly on muscles, bones and overall energy levels. These studies can help provide information to benefit sports performance and help athletes maintain their health during the toughest tests of endurance.

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September 12, 2018

Inside Workers at Risk of Insufficient Vitamin D3 Levels

Topping up and maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D3 has become a priority especially for those who work indoors. It’s clear that maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D3 is important but are you at risk yourself? If you’re an office worker or just work indoors, you may be.

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August 20, 2018

Save Up To 20% On Our Bundle Packs

Stay ahead of the game by stocking up on our best-selling Vitamin D3 tablets and oral solutions for the grey months ahead. Exclusively at SunVit-D3, you can now save 20% when you buy 6 or more packs of our 400IU, 800IU, 1,000IU or 2000IU 28 tablet packs or our 20ml or 50ml 2000IU oral solutions and drops.

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August 15, 2018

Vitamin D3 Capsules vs Tablets – What’s Your Preference?

While there are some sources of food that are rich in vitamin D, it’s not always easy to get enough from food alone. In fact, the Department of Health recommends that everyone should consider taking a daily supplement containing 10µg of vitamin D during the autumn and winter months. But what sort of supplement should you take? Most people tend to take either tablets or capsules. Their choice often dictated by historic preference. However, there are a few reasons why you might choose one over the other.

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