The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the whole world. Throughout the pandemic people started to focus on ways to improve their health, like eating healthy, getting enough sleep and exercising to strengthen their immune system in order to combat COVID-19. In addition to practicing social distancing, and receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, taking vitamins and dietary supplements will help people to support their immune system. Pharma Essentials provides Gummy Vitamin products to help all members of the family (adults and children) support their immune system. We believe that chewing delicious gummies of Vitamin D3 is an interesting way for people to get their recommended daily amount of Vitamin D3. Our Vitamin D3 gummies are strawberry, peach and mango-flavored.
Not only are our Vitamin D3 gummies soft and easy to chew. But they are also gelatin-free, free of any animal ingredients and alcohol, so they are suitable for vegan and vegetarian, as well as different ethnicities. Also, our gummies are free of food allergens: egg, fish, milk, peanuts, shellfish, soy and wheat.
Vitamin D often called “sunshine vitamin” because the body synthesizes it when the skin absorbs UVB rays from the sun. It is very important to obtain vitamin D3 through supplementation when sun exposure and food intake do not provide adequate vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a loss of bone density, which can contribute to osteoporosis and fractures. Unlike other vitamins, vitamin D functions as a hormone controlling and coordinating activities throughout the body. Low levels of vitamin D are associated with increased susceptibility to infection. On the other hand, improving vitamin D status, through supplementation will boost the immune system, improve and stabilize the mood, support bone and teeth health, and may have protective effects against autoimmune diseases.
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