Vitamin D3 Liquid

Xymogen D3 – High Potency D3 Liquid for Improving Overall Health 

  • Supports oral/dental health and bone strength by helping to appropriately absorb calcium/ensure bone density
  • Supports Vitamin D levels in those with dietary deficiency. Such as those with limited sunlight exposure, those who live in certain climates, or those who are immunosuppressed 
  • Supports cognitive health, brain function, and neurological wellness 
  • Supports proper immune function (especially in times of illness or stress)
  • Supports cardiovascular health and healthy cell differentiation 
  • Xymogen’s D3 formula is 2000 IU or 5000 IU (United States) provided in the form of cholecalciferol via soft gels. Xymogen’s D3 is derived from lanolin for the highest efficacy. It is provided in a base of sunflower oil (micellized matrix) to ensure absorption when coated with stomach bile. 

Dosing Xymogen’s D3

Xymogen’s D3 is available as a 1000 IU (25 mcg) liquid format (1 drop = 1000 IU) or 2000 IU (50 mcg) softgel (1 soft gel = 2000 IU). 

For United States residents, they also offer a 5,000 IU version. 

The liquid D3 and soft gel D3 are both the same form of cholecalciferol, but the softgel is encapsulated with extra virgin olive oil and the liquid with sunflower oil. 

The liquid requires refrigeration after opening. 

In both cases, doses may be recommended by a naturopath or health care professional. Amounts of 4,000-5,000 IU are considered to be quite safe, even when taken daily. Concerns can arise with prolonged use at high doses (10,000-20,000 IU) when taken daily and not monitored by a healthcare professional for calcine mia. Taking a quality K2 supplement with D3 can minimize this risk dramatically. 

Some people may need to take a high dose for a prolonged period of time to get within the recommended range for adults (36-50 ng/mL). 

Xymogen’s D3 is formulated without the use of wheat, gluten, GMOs, dairy products, fish, shellfish, soy, peanuts, corn, or artificial preservatives/additives. 

The Expanding Role of D3 in Overall Health + Wellness

The understanding of vitamin D’s important role in many biological functions continues to grow – as research suggests that vitamin D plays a vital role in neuronal growth, fetal development, mood, immune function, cardiovascular health, glucose metabolism, oral and periodontal health, intestinal health, immune response, and neurological function. 

Spotlight has come across vitamin D only more recently with the pandemic as a potent immune system modulator and aid in protecting oneself from the severity of viral illness. Of course, nothing is a cure-all, but vitamin D has gained popularity for the wide array of benefits it has on improving overall markers of health. 

Previously, vitamin D was primarily associated with bone/joint health, and the role of vitamin D was understood to help in the absorption of calcium – both for skeletal health and improved bone density. Insufficient vitamin D plays a role in calcium absorption and utilization (as does vitamin K2). 

Vitamin D produces the metabolic product calcitriol, which is a hormone that is tied to over 200 genes across a number of bodily organs and tissues. With around 1 billion people believed to be deficient in vitamin D, supplementation from Xymogen provides an easy solution to one of the most glaringly obvious supplements we need to be taking. Vitamin D is also a supplement that has a well-established history of safe use throughout many clinical studies and is known to be safe for children and adolescents.

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