The benefits of vitamin D3 go far beyond bone health, supporting immune system, brain, heart and cardiovascular health. Vitamin D3 plays a key role in regulating the immune system, and low levels may weaken our defenses against viruses.
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Vitamin D supports keeping the immune system in balance and supports immune cell activity that helps protect the body against harmful microbes.
Vitamin D’s antioxidant effects support the body’s natural defense system by helping to protect cells from free radicals, which are molecules that can harm cells and create oxidative stress which may lower the body’s defenses.
Vitamin D supports the process of absorbing calcium to keep bones and teeth strong and healthy and support muscle function.
Supports protein synthesis and nutrient absorption to shuttle nutrients to working muscle to improve overall performance.
Studies have shown that added vitamin D may improve mood during the winter season when vitamin D synthesis is low or when vitamin D is deficient.
Vitamin D is thought to support production of neurotransmitters that enhance mood such as serotonin.
Vitamin D may support weight loss by affecting metabolism and the storage and formation of fat cells.
Vitamin D is involved in numerous metabolic processes throughout the body and vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to a higher risk of obesity.