SunVit-D3 are pleased to announce that we are taking the next step into our relationship with the Active Edge team by sponsoring them, this decision was made after a successful year of working alongside them.
This sponsorship includes offering the team support and helping them to achieve their goals in Project2019! Read more
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. Read more
We have good news for our wholesale customers; SunVit-D3 is now registered with the PEPPOL Network, meaning that there is now a simpler way for you to place orders, manage payments and arrange shipments from us. PEPPOL (Pan European Public Procurement On-Line) is designed to simplify the purchasing process between the NHS and its suppliers. We can now accept orders from customers via the PEPPOL Network, working in conjunction with EDI Plus, to make transactions with our distributors more simple and secure. Read more
As parents there are many things in life we want for our children, but ensuring our kids are happy and healthy comes at the top of that list. Vitamin D is required to help regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorus in our bodies and we all know how fast babies and children's bones grow. This is one reason why the European Food Safety Association (EFSA) state that vitamin D is essential for the normal growth and development of bones in children. Read more
Tuna, mackerel and salmon are ideal sources of vitamin D, which is essential for bone health, the immune system and muscle function, among other things. Quinoa is the new superfood that everyone is talking about is a must try this year if you have not already discovered it. To get you started, try this quick recipe to put a little spice into your Spring this season. Read more