We all know that your body requires a broad spectrum of nutrients to keep it healthy, strong, and beautiful. Of these nutrients, specific vitamins play a key role in your body. Today we are going to discuss Vitamin D: what it does within the body and why we include it in our products.
Vitamin D, Not Just For Bones:We’ve all heard that Vitamin D is good for our bones. But did you know that Vitamin D also has some incredible properties that make it a powerful anti-aging agent? Vitamin D is a key player in strong, healthy skin, so naturally we use it in TreeActiv products.
- Vitamin D is produced when the skin is hit with UV light, but can also be received by supplements.
- Vitamin D fights acne, increases skin’s elasticity, stimulates collagen production, and reduces the appearance of age spots and wrinkles.
- Vitamin D is vital to looking and remaining healthy - a lack of Vitamin D can make your skin appear dull or sallow.
- Vitamin D comes in more than one form (like Vitamin B) and both forms of Vitamin D perform equally well in the body. Nutritionists suggest D3, as it’s the type the body creates internally.
- Vitamin D is important in many bodily functions, including helping with healthy bones and preventing rickets or osteoporosis.
Why Do We Use Vitamin D In TreeActiv Products?
The skin experiences a reduction in its ability to produce Vitamin D over time. With this, you must get attain Vitamin D from supplements as you age in order to retain the youthful benefits of Vitamin D rich skin. TreeActiv knows how important your overall health is, and how it contributes to maintaining a strong healthy vitality. Vitamin D is beneficial for so many different functions in the body, including keeping away skin cancer and helping to repair damage while maintaining strong, elastic skin.
TreeActiv Products That Contain Vitamin D:
Some Fun Facts About Vitamin D:
Vitamin D also helps with brain and heart function, and boosts your immune system.
Research shows that Vitamin D may even be a key solution to the rising rates of Multiple Sclerosis in Scotland, as much of the nation is deficient in this vitamin.
Dementia has been linked to insufficient levels of Vitamin D in the system.