Colecalciferol

Sunvit D3®

Sunvit D3

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Colecalciferol

Sunvit D3 ®

SunVit D3 is a vitamin D treatment for osteoporosis or a supplement to keep you healthy when it’s most difficult to get all you need from nature. Available in tablets, capsules and oral solutions, SunVit D3 has many options to get sunshine into your body.

From only £9.66 per month

SunVit D3 - Helping you shine from the inside

Have you ever heard of the term “the sunshine vitamin”? It’s used for vitamin D and the reason is simple, we should get most of it from the sun. If you’re reading this in winter you might have problems remembering what the sun is, so how can you get vitamin D without it?

SunVit D3 is one option. These sunshine pills (or liquid solutions) can make up what you’re missing by simply taking them daily. They also treat severe deficiencies and their related conditions. This is what we mean by shine from the inside.

Subscribe to EveAdam and get your sunshine pills as and when you need them. No queueing at the pharmacy, no having to remember to buy them when you run out, just health delivered to your door.

Why should I take SunVit D3?

Did you know that low vitamin D is something of a global problem? It’s estimated that around a billion people suffer from it.[1] With serious health risks associated, it’s important to be aware that it’s a problem that affects your muscles, teeth and bones, not to mention mood and energy levels.

The health benefits of taking vitamin D are well known and something we all have the potential to get something from. Low vitamin D is linked to osteoporosis when it’s severe and depression, low mood and muscle cramps when you’re consistently below the ideal levels.

If you live in the UK, the chances are you’re struggling to get all you need in winter, something that becomes even more of a problem if you have darker skin. For these reasons, you should consider taking SunVit D3 to prevent and treat vitamin D deficiencies.

Can I buy SunVit D3 over the counter?

SunVit D3 supplements can be bought from your local pharmacy or even supermarket. Some vitamin D products do need a prescription and careful monitoring by a registered clinician, but if in doubt, speak to them, or to a pharmacist, about the best treatment for you.

Why buy SunVit D3 online?

The obvious benefit of buying SunVit D3 online is the convenience. Having it delivered to your door means it’s one less thing to worry about. If you’re taking a supplement dosage then you’ll not need a prescription, but by subscribing to EveAdam we can make sure you never run out again. For something that’s maintained by habit, this is a major advantage for online subscriptions.

If you need a prescription for a more powerful product, such as supplements that treat severe deficiencies, then the process is almost as straightforward. Simply fill in an online questionnaire and one of our UK registered clinicians can suggest any suitable treatments for you to choose from.

Your first purchase will be delivered the next working day and after that, we’ll work according to your delivery schedule.

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Last updated 05/07/2021

What you need to know about Sunvit D3

What is SunVit D3?

Simply put, it’s a form of vitamin D that can be used as a supplement or treatment. The form is vitamin D3, or more accurately, colecalciferol. You can get it in a capsule, tablet or oral solution, and there’s even a vegan tablet, which means there’s a product for almost everyone.

SunVit D3: what does it treat?

SunVit D3: what does it prevent?

SunVit D3 dosages

What does ‘IU’ stand for?

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How to take SunVit D3

Always take prescription medications as instructed by your clinician or pharmacist and do not exceed the recommended daily dosage for the daily supplements as this can have serious health risks. Vitamin D is usually taken with a meal as this helps the body process it more efficiently. You should always swallow tablets and capsules whole with water.

Instructions for each dosage

SunVit D3 tablets, capsules and oral solutions

What if I take too much Sunvit D3?

Most common side effects of SunVit D3

The good news is that side effects for vitamin D supplements and treatments, including the most powerful doses, are listed as unlikely. Medically, this means they occur in less than one in 100 patients. The two most common include hypercalciuria, which is high levels of calcium in the urine, and hypercalcaemia, high levels of calcium in the blood.

Symptoms of hypercalciuria include frequent urination, pain when urinating, kidney stones and UTIs (urinary tract infection).

When should I seek medical attention?

Different forms of vitamin D

There are two different forms of vitamin D, vitamin D2 and vitamin D3. So how do they differ? In terms of supplements and treatments, vitamin D3 is preferable as it’s processed more efficiently in the body. Vitamin D2 also provides benefits, but most supplements utilise D3.

What are common food sources of vitamin D?

Can vitamin D be vegan?

Getting vitamin D from the sun

Safety information for Sunvit D3

The information here is not exhaustive. You should always refer to the product packaging before taking Sunvit.

When should I avoid using SunVit D3?

As with any medication or supplement, SunVit D3 does have some safety issues that might make its use unsuitable, so it’s important that you tell your prescribing clinician about any health issues you have or any supplements or medications you’re currently, or have recently, taken. If in doubt, refer to the product packaging for more information.

For most people, vitamin D products are safe to take, but if you have any of the following conditions, you should avoid using them: kidney stones or kidney disease, sarcoidosis, hypercalciuria, hypercalcaemia and allergies to any of its ingredients.

Taking SunVit D3 with other medications

References

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

[2] 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. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4158648/