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Vegan source of vitamin D3 derived from marine algae to support a healthy immune system and bone health.
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A consciously created, vegan source of vitamin D3 derived from sustainably sourced marine algae, in a convenient, readily absorbed liquid spray.
Immune health: Vitamin D helps support healthy immune system function.
Bone health: Vitamin D helps support bone strength and bone mineralisation.
Calcium absorption: Vitamin D helps the absorption of dietary calcium. A diet deficient in calcium can lead to osteoporosis in later life. Vitamin D3 is retained in the bloodstream more effectively when compared to the synthetic form of vitamin D2.
Take one spray (180 microlitres) into the mouth once daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Shake well before use.
Each spray (180 microlitres) contains:
Colecalciferol 25 micrograms.
Equiv. vitamin D3 1000 IU.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy or egg. Nothing artificial. Vegan friendly.
Also contains the following plant derived excipients:
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Marine algae sourced from the UK.
Algae are almost ubiquitous, between microscopic and macroscopic species, and can be found in either fresh water or in oceans. Marine macroalgae, commonly known as seaweed, are plant-like organisms that can be seen by the naked eye and come in many varieties ranging from a few millimetres or centimetres in size, while the largest grow to a length of 30 to 50 meters .
Botanically, macroalgae are classified as green, brown, or red and is estimated to be at least 30,000 known species of macroalgae found in the marine environment.
Given that all the substances that seaweeds need in order to survive are dissolved in the water, macroalgae, unlike plants, have no need of roots, stems, or real leaves. Nutrients and gases are exchanged directly across the surface of the seaweed by diffusion and active transport.
Marine algae draw from the sea a wealth of mineral elements.
Marine algae is used as a natural source of vitamin D to:
1. American Scientist, accessed 14 Dec 2020, The Science of Seaweed
2. Sustainable Energy Ireland, accessed 14 Dec 2020, A review of the Potential of Marine Algae as a Source of Biofuel in Ireland (2009)
No Added Dairy
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