SunVit-D3 1000IU (25µg) – 28 Tablets – Informed Sport – Daily Dose

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✔ SUNSHINE VITAMIN – Our products are registered with the Vegetarian Society & certified Halal by the Halal Monitoring Committee.

✔ INFORMED SPORTS CERTIFIED – Our 1,000 IU tablets are Informed Sport accredited and tested by LGC and suitable for athletes.

✔ HERE AT SunVit-D3 WE CARE – Meaning we are dedicated to not only providing you with premium supplements derived from the purest sourced ingredients, but we are also committed to providing YOU with the highest level of customer service possible – We are mindful to ensure all of our products are ethically sourced. We adopt & sponsor an Orangutan at the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation.

✔ UK MANUFACTURED TO GMP – Our vitamin D3 is UK Manufactured to GMP standards. Non-GMO and Free from artificial colours, flavours & preservatives –  Dairy, Gluten, Wheat, Soya & Gelatin free 

✔ 1 MONTH’S FULL SUPPLY – Our incredible 28 tablets pack keeps your Vitamin D levels sustained on a daily basis – Easy to swallow – To be taken with your main meal & water (Ideally in the evening)

✔ D3 WITHOUT THE SUN – Sunlight is the most common source of Vitamin D but most people don’t get enough exposure to it to remain healthy. Our Vitamin D3 from cholecalciferol is the same form of Vitamin D your skin cells produce naturally when exposed to sun. 

SunVit-D3 "The Sunshine Vitamin"




Vitamin D Benefits

Contributes to the normal function of the immune system

Contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function

Contributes to the maintenance of normal teeth

Contributes to normal blood calcium levels

Contributes to normal absorption of calcium and phosphorus


Who should take vitamin D supplements?

Some groups of the population are at greater risk of not getting enough vitamin D.

The Department of Health recommends that the following people should take daily vitamin D supplements to make sure they get enough:

  • all babies from birth to 1 year old (including breastfed babies and formula-fed babies who have less than 500ml a day of infant formula)
  • all children aged 1 to 4 years old
  • people who aren’t often exposed to the sun (for example, people who are frail or housebound, or are in an institution such as a care home, or if they usually wear clothes that cover up most of their skin when outdoors).

Why should we take vitamin D supplements?

Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. These nutrients are needed to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy. A lack of vitamin D can lead to bone deformities such as rickets in children, and bone pain caused by a condition called osteomalacia in adults.


Coronavirus update

Consider taking 10 micrograms of vitamin D a day to keep your bones and muscles healthy. This is because you may not be getting enough vitamin D from sunlight if you’re indoors most of the day. There have been some news reports about vitamin D reducing the risk of coronavirus. However, there is currently not enough evidence to support this. Please do not buy more vitamin D than you need.


Our Promise to you as a company!!!

SunVit-D3 products are suited for every age and lifestyle choice, with this in mind our aim is to help people be at their best by delivering easy and effective vitamin D supplementation.

Additional Information


One tablet to be taken daily, ideally to be taken in the evening with your main meal. SunVit-D3 tablets should be swallowed whole.

SunVit-D3 Tablets are dairy, wheat, gluten, soya, nut, and gelatine free.


Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3), Bulking Agent: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Anti-caking Agent: Silica, Magnesium Stearate, Tabletting Agent: Di Calcium Phosphate, Sucrose, Sunflower Oil, Binding Agent: Acacia Gum, Modified Maize Starch.

Allergy Advice: May contain traces of peanuts and other nuts


If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, SunVit-D3 supplements should only be used under medical supervision. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any supplement.

1 review for SunVit-D3 1000IU (25µg) – 28 Tablets – Informed Sport – Daily Dose

  1. Antonio

    Could Vitamin D increase your fertility by
    87%? A fresh Danish study says yes! stay tuned to learn more.
    There’s been lots of interest lately about Vitamin D and fertility.

    Allow me to offer you a little background about vitamin D.
    Vitamin D is definitely an oil-soluble vitamin that’s several
    important functions in the body. It helps you to absorb dietary calcium and phosphorus from the intestines.

    Vitamin D keeps the calcium and phosphate levels in the blood
    normal, thereby promoting bone health. You will find two main ways in that you get vitamin D in your body.
    A lot of the vitamin D in humans is made in skin when confronted with sunlight.
    The total amount of sunlight needed to synthesize adequate amounts of
    vitamin D varies with regards to the person’s age, skin colour, sun exposure and underlying medical problems.
    The production of vitamin D from skin decreases with age.
    Furthermore, people who have darker skin need more sun exposure to make adequate amounts of vitamin D,
    especially during the winter months. Another important source of vitamin D are foods like sardines, salmon,
    eggs and liver.

    However, in humans, significantly less than 20% of vitamin D is obtained from the
    diet. In the United States, commercially fortified cow’s milk is the greatest supply of dietary vitamin D.

    The big risk is inadequate contact with the sun. That is especially a problem
    in winter months, whenever you don’t go outside as much and once you do you’re generally covered up.
    How will you tell if your vitamin D level is low? It’s pretty easy actually.

    A blood test from your doctor will show you what your overall
    vitamin D level is. Do people who have vitamin D deficiency have significantly more issues with infertility?
    Some studies have discovered that vitamin D deficiency is more common infertility problems like polycystic ovary syndrome and uterine fibroids.
    Other studies have found that supplementing women with vitamin D improved the success of treatments including Clomid to IVF.
    One of the limitations of these studies is which they involved relatively small numbers of women. Alright.
    With this as the background let’s speak about this
    Danish vitamin D study. As it happens that until 1985, adding vitamin D to margarine was
    required in the entire country of Denmark. Then, the requirement abruptly

    Denmark also keeps registries of how many individuals are increasingly being treated for fertility problems and exactly how many gave birth.
    Recently, researchers used that change in vitamin D requirements to investigate the impact of
    vitamin D supplementation on women with infertility. They viewed three groups: Number 1)
    The vitamin D exposed group – this included over
    6000 women who’d their primary infertility diagnosis made between 1980 and 1985 when vitamin D fortification stopped.
    Number 2) Several 1400 women have been diagnosed with infertility within 15
    months after fortification stopped and Number 3) A group of 8,
    500 women have been identified as having infertility over 16 months after fortification was stopped.
    The results were really interesting. Ladies in Group 1 (the vitamin D group) had an 87% higher chance of live birth in comparison to group 3 (the no vitamin D group).

    Women in group 2, (who were diagnosed following fortification stopped) were 52% more prone to have a live birth set alongside the no supplement group.

    One other interesting thing about that study:
    the advantages of vitamin D supplementation were just as strong in the dark winter
    season as in the sunnier summer season – which is a little strange because you might reckon that more people would benefit
    in the winter. Our InfertilityTV important thing: It seems pretty reasonable when you have infertility to check
    on your vitamin D levels and get your levels into the conventional range if they’re
    low. Even if your levels are normal, have a prescription prenatal vitamin containing vitamin D.

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