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Almost everything that we eat has vitality traces back to phytonutrients and botanicals. There are a huge number of different chemicals which naturally form in plants in order to protect them against UV radiation, germs, fungi and other damaging threats. Some have antioxidant properties, whilst others work to prevent inflammation or protect the gut and liver. Our wide range of herbal nutrition products come in the form of capsules, tablets and drops so you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.

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Vitamin D is an incredibly important vitamin that plays a role in supporting many key areas of health. It is widely known for it’s role in supporting the immune system but it also plays a vital role to support healthy teeth, bones and muscles.

Vitamin D helps the body regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate and contributes to healthy blood calcium levels. Calcium and phosphate are needed to support healthy teeth, bones and muscles.

Vitamin D is also important for healthy cell division – a vital function in the human body.

Vitamin D deficiency in children can lead to rickets, a condition that results in bone deformities. In adults, a vitamin D deficiency can cause osteomalacia which causes bone pain. Low Vitamin D levels can also lead to less severe symptoms such as poor muscle strength, a weakened immune system, and feelings of fatigue.

In the UK it is recommended that adults and children over the age of 4 should consider taking a vitamin D supplement in Autumn and Winter when the sun is not strong enough for your body to make vitamin D in response to sunlight.

Children aged 1-4 should take a vitamin D supplement all year round.

No, there are no scientific studies that have found it is harmful to take Vitamin D at night. There have been some anecdotal reports that taking Vitamin D close to bedtime can interrupt normal sleep patterns but there is no research or evidence that this is the case.

Recent evidence has suggested that vitamin D might play a role in inflammation. Several studies have investigated the mechanism of action, showing that vitamin D may help to downregulate pro-inflammatory molecules whilst upregulating anti-inflammatory molecules. Vitamin D deficiency has also been implicated in inflammatory conditions such as Crohn’s Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis.

If your vitamin D levels are too high over a significant time period this may cause too much calcium to build up in the body which can result in weakened bones, and damage to the kidneys and the heart. Therefore, it is important to regularly get your vitamin D levels tested when taking high strength Vitamin D supplements. Vitamin D levels are considered to be too high and in the range for toxicity when they are >374nmol/litre (>150ng/ml).