Features and Benefits
Maintains eyesight, skin, immune function, bones, teeth, and night vision.
Vitamin D has also been shown to increase bone density and to reduce hip fracture by 43-60%.
Eyesight & Night Vision
Vitamins D and A benefit the eyes. People with the highest vitamin D levels are 36% less likely to have macular degeneration.
Vitamin A deficiency may cause, and supplementation may improve, night blindness. Double blind research shows that high-dose vitamin A can speed up recovery of light sensitivity and adaptation to dark.
Vitamins D and A are also good for your skin. Vitamin D can help adults with low levels of D and children treat eczema, and high-dose vitamin A has been shown to prevent acne.
Vitamin K supports activation of proteins involved in tooth mineralization. People with the highest levels of D have 30% less risk of gingivitis. Vitamin D also helps periodontal disease because men with the highest levels of D have 39% less bone loss and women have 26% less: supplementation with vitamin D reduces bone loss.
In people who are deficient in vitamin A, supplementing vitamin A can enhance immunity. Impressively, vitamin D reduces the risk of flu in kids by 42% during the winter.