Delicious D is a natural, convenient and additive-free way for infants, kids and adults to get vitamin D3. Delicious D for Babies is unflavoured and ideal for babies aged 0-2 and children alike. Vitamin D is essential for bones and a healthy immune system.
Evolution has given us the ability to produce vitamin D naturally in our bodies. You can synthesize it just under your skin with tsun exposure at least to your face, arms, hands, or back without sunscreen.
However the seasons, geographic latitude, time of day, cloud cover, skin cover, skin colour, smog, and sunscreen affect how much UV rays you absorb and synthesize.
That’s why we need to supplement with vitamin D.
The latest research indicates that Vitamin D may help strengthen and regulate your immune system, increase bone mineral density, and support cardiovascular health and the list of potential benefits continues to grow.
Vitamin D helps both to prevent and reduce the progression of osteoporosis.
It may also be effective against bacterial and viral infections.
Natural and convenient
Delicious D for Babies is ideal for babies aged 0-2. It’s a natural, convenient, unflavoured and additive-free way for infants and kids to get vitamin D3.
Benefits of Delicious D
Vitamin D is one of the fat-soluble vitamins along with A, E, and K. A base of fat or oil is an ideal carrier to supply vitamin D to the body.
Delicious D for Babies provides you with 400 IU of vitamin D suspended in medium chain triglycerides (MCT), a form of fatty acid derived from coconut oil that increases the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients.
Absorb what you ingest
Your body only uses what it absorbs. Our award-winning Omega Suspension Technology (OST) suspends the ingredients in healthy omega oils to protect the nutrients from losing potency, and enables your body to absorb more, giving you results you can feel.
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