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Whether you need daily supplements or a stronger treatment, we can help. The subscription service means you can buy your supplement monthly or every 2, 3, 6 or 9 months, depending on your needs.  This helps maintain your daily routine, something that’s essential when taking vitamin D.

For treatments, you’ll need a prescription due to the fact that its use needs to be monitored. Don’t worry though, you just need to fill in our online questionnaire and one of our UK registered clinicians can then offer a range of products to suit you.

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What is Vitamin D?

Vitamin D is one of the essential vitamins we need in order to keep our bodies healthy. Often referred to as the sunshine vitamin, we get most of it from the sun, although that isn’t always easy during the long winter months. That’s why it’s recommended that you take supplements in order to keep your levels healthy when the sun’s at its most shy. Buying vitamin D online is the simplest way of preventing and treating deficiencies.

Vitamin D benefits: why should I take it?

The short answer is for your health. Vitamin D affects several functions in the body, everything from mood and the immune system to muscle, teeth and bone health.  Vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to depression,[1] muscle cramps and, in the most severe cases, osteoporosis,[2] which is where your bones are so brittle they break easily or become deformed.

In fact, did you know it is estimated that over a billion people[3] worldwide suffer from some form of vitamin D deficiency? It’s been referred to as an ignored epidemic. The good news is it’s easily avoided and products are highly affordable, even if you need a high strength treatment.

Vitamin D supplements and treatments

There are three main reasons why you might want to take vitamin D: as a supplement to avoid levels becoming too low; as a treatment for severe deficiencies; or as a maintenance dose, which you will likely need after treatment (and should continue taking regularly).

Supplements are the lowest doses of vitamin D. They’re effective for prevention and treating milder deficiencies. These products can be bought over the counter from your local pharmacist.

Treatment doses are more varied than those used as a supplement. They’re generally taken over a specific period of time to tackle severe deficiencies as quickly and safely as possible. After this, it’s likely that you’ll need to keep taking a maintenance dose.

Vitamin D prescriptions: when will I need them?

The most common reason you’ll be prescribed a high strength vitamin D dose is to treat severe deficiencies that lead to noticeable symptoms, such as bone and joint pain and fatigue or muscle weakness.

Severely low vitamin D over a prolonged period of time can lead to serious osteoporosis, where low bone density leads to brittle bones and deformities. Although the treatments are very safe to use, having too high a level of vitamin D in the body can result in serious health problems, so their use will need to be properly monitored.

 

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Last updated 06/07/2021

We offer [count] vitamin d options.

VITAMIN D

Aciferol D3
Colecalciferol

Aciferol D3

Vitamin D3 and calcium supplement. Daily dose. Gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.

Colekal-D3
Colecalciferol

Colekal-D3

Supplement for vitamin D deficiency. Gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.

Desunin
Colecalciferol

Desunin

Preventative and treatment tablet for vitamin D deficiency. Vegetarian friendly.

Fultium D3
Colecalciferol

Fultium D3

Prescription strength vitamin D tablet. Gluten free and lactose free. Halal / kosher friendly.

Invita D3
Colecalciferol

Invita D3

Vitamin D3 available in several doses and in oral solution, capsule and liquid forms.

Osteocaps D3
Colecalciferol

Osteocaps D3

Vitamin D supplement and treatment. Gluten free. Halal and suitable for vegetarians.

Pro D3
Colecalciferol

Pro D3

Vitamin D supplement. Halal and vegetarian friendly. Gluten and lacto free.

Stexerol D3
Colecalciferol

Stexerol D3

Prescription only vitamin D treatment suitable for vegetarians.

Strivit D3
Colecalciferol

Strivit D3

Prescription tablet to help prevent vitamin D deficiency. Halal / kosher friendly.

Sunvit-D3
Colecalciferol

Sunvit-D3

Halal / gluten & lactose free / kosher / vegetarian vitamin D treatment. Vegan option available.

SynBio
Colecalciferol

SynBio

Halal / gluten / kosher / vegetarian / lactose free vitamin D treatment. Vegan option available.

SOME people MAY experience SIDE EFFECTS with vitamin d

What you need to know about vitamin D

What is vitamin D?

Vitamin D is a naturally occurring substance that helps you to maintain healthy teeth, bones and muscles. We get most of what we need by exposing our skin to the sun, but the further away from the Equator you are, in countries such as the UK, the more difficult this becomes in winter.[4] Even when it is sunny, the sun is not strong enough to provide us with what we need, which is where supplementation comes in.

How vitamin D works in the body

What causes Vitamin D deficiencies?

Vitamin D as a treatment for osteoporosis and other bone disorders

Vitamin D supplement benefits

Is vitamin D3 the same as Vitamin D2?

Vitamin D foods: what is the best source?

Vitamin D and the sun

How much vitamin D per day do I need?

What is IU?

Vitamin D side effects

How can I buy Vitamin D online?

References

[1] Penckofer, S, Et al. 2010. Vitamin D and Depression: Where is all the Sunshine? HHS Public Access. USA. PMC. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2908269/ [Accessed 19 Feb. 2021].

[2] Sunyecz,J. 2008. The use of calcium and vitamin D in the management of osteoporosis. Dove Press. U.S.A. P.M.C. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2621390/ [Accessed 19 Feb. 2021].

[3] Naeem, Z. 2010. Vitamin D Deficiency- An Ignored Epidemic. International Journal of Health Sciences. U.S.A. PMC. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3068797/ [Accessed 19 Feb. 2021].

[4] Nutr, B. 2014. Vitamin D: An overview of vitamin D status and intake in Europe. Wiley- Blackwell Online Open, USA, PMC. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4288313/ [Accessed 19 Feb. 2021].

[5] Satyargeet, R, Et al. 2014. Correction of Low Vitamin D Improves Fatigue: Effect of Correction of Low Vitamin D in Fatigue Study (EViDiF Study). North American Journal of Medical Science. U.S.A. PMC. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4158648/  [Accessed 19 Feb. 2021].