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Vitamin D and Your Immune System

Many people are deficient in vitamin D. Over one billion people worldwide, in fact, including about 40 percent of American adults.(2) For some people, including those with darker skin, that number is even higher.(3) About 69 percent of Hispanic people and 82 percent of African Americans, for instance, have vitamin D deficiencies.(4) 

Unfortunately, most people don’t know they are deficient.(5) Low levels of vitamin D have a huge impact on nearly every health condition, including arthritis, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.(6,7) 

Deficiencies can play a role in multiple sclerosis, autoimmune disorders, infections, respiratory disease, and more.(8) 

 These deficiencies impact everyone, not just the elderly. Vitamin D deficiencies can increase the risk of injury and recovery among young, healthy athletes.(9) 

Vitamin D levels can even determine how long you live. One review of 32 studies found that low levels could significantly increase your risk of early death.(10)


Add essential nutrients into your diet with this whole food formula that features 5,000 IU of vitamin D3, 10 billion CFU of probiotics, and FOS prebiotics from chicory root.* Vitamin D3 is critical for healthy bones, joints, skin, and teeth, but it is not easily found in food sources. Probiotics support a healthy digestive tract and FOS, a powerful prebiotic, nourishes gut bacteria to ensure that the probiotics work optimally.*


  • Supports healthy bones and teeth† 
  • Promotes healthy skin† 
  • Improves digestion† 
  • Supports immune system, brain, and nervous system health†



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Vitamin D Perspective


Vitamin D can be attained through two sources: UVB light and diet. When exposed to sunlight, the body manufactures Vitamin D from cholesterol. This is where Vitamin D draws its nickname, “the sunshine vitamin.” Still, some people do not make enough Vitamin D from the sun. Among them are people who have darker skin tones, who are overweight, who are older, and who cover up when they are in the sun.

Due to the fact that vitamin D is not commonly in food, vitamin D supplementation has been shown to be extremely beneficial. Additionally, certain nutrition and lifestyle factors can help contribute to proper vitamin D levels.


†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.