Nature Made Vitamin D3 2000 IU Tablets Value Size 220 Ct
Nature Made D3, 2000 IU
Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D has been shown to be an important part of overall health.† Nature Made Vitamin D3 2000 IU tablets are made of vitamin D3, the body’s preferred form of vitamin D. Vitamin D3 is more effective than vitamin D2 at raising and maintaining adequate levels of circulating vitamin D in the body.
About Vitamin D
When you take vitamin D from Nature Made, you can rest assured that you’re getting quality vitamins from the #1 Pharmacist Recommended Letter Vitamin Brand.*
Vitamin D is synthesized by the skin when we’re exposed to sunlight during certain times of the day and year, and can also be found in a limited number of natural and fortified foods sources. Vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium, and vitamin D supports bone, teeth, muscle and immune system health.†
Vitamin D3 – found in Nature Made vitamin D supplements – is the body’s preferred form of vitamin D. Vitamin D3 is more effective than vitamin D2 at raising and maintaining adequate levels of circulating vitamin D in the body.†
What is the relationship between calcium and vitamin D?
Vitamin D helps with the absorption of calcium† and most calcium supplements contain some vitamin D.
How exactly does vitamin D work to support my immune system health?
Researchers have found vitamin D receptors on most immune cells suggesting a significant role for vitamin D in the immune system. In fact, when we’re not getting enough vitamin D, our immune system may not to function at its best. That’s why we recommend having your vitamin D level tested with your health care professional so that they can help you decide on the vitamin D product that is right for you.
What is the difference between your liquid softgel vitamin D and your tablet form of vitamin D?
As long as the dosages are the same, there is no difference between the two forms. Some people prefer the liquid softgels over the tablets believing that they are easier to swallow, but it is a personal preference.
How do I know if I need to supplement with vitamin D?
You may be at risk if you:
- Experience less than 15-30 minutes of full body exposure sunlight between 10 am and 3 pm.
- Wear sunscreen.
- Have a darker hue of skin color.
- Are over 65 years of age.
- Spend most of your time indoors.
- Live in a region with a long winter season.
- Are overweight or obese.
Your personal health care professional can order a simple blood test to check your vitamin D levels.