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Why Vitamin D?

Vitamin D is incredibly important as it supports many areas of your health.

It's important to take vitamin D as you may have been indoors more than usual this year.

Obviously known for its role in supporting the immune system but also for teeth, bones and muscles as it helps the body regulate calcium and phosphate.

Vitamin D is also important for healthy cell division – a vital function in the human body and especially for children and pregnant women.

In the UK it is recommended that adults and children over the age of 4 should consider taking a vitamin D supplement in Autumn and Winter (October-March) when the sun is not strong enough for your body to make vitamin D in response to sunlight.