The volume of research that has been carried out on the amazing benefits of Vitamin D3 is extensive, and continues to mount. Almost daily new research finds another link between Vitamin D3 deficiency and disease.
We bring you the latest findings in our D3 Latest News page.
Vitamin D3 requires cofactors to enable its full conversion into 1,25(OH)D3 (calcitriol) - its active form.
These cofactors are:
- Vitamin K2
- A tiny amount of Vitamin A
It is important that you understand the role that these cofactors play in order to attain and maintain optimum levels of Vitamin D and details can be found on our D3 Cofactors page.
Our D3 Benefits page lists the reduced risks relating to specific health issues and provides a dramatic overview of the benefits of attaining optimum serum levels of 25(OH)D3.
There are many sites on the internet that yield in depth data on Vitamin D3. Two of the most impressive are:
- Vitamin D Council, a not for profit organisation run by Vitamin D experts, and
- Vitamin D3 Wiki.
We provide links to these sites and recommend you to link to these sites should you wish to investigate the research carried out on vitamin D at a detailed level.