Go Healthy Natural Launches Kids Vitamin D3 Gummies on Amazon.com.

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Go Healthy Natural, a leader in plant-based all-natural liquid and gummy vitamins, is launching Kids Vitamin D3 Gummies on Amazon.com and GoHealthyNatural.com

What is Vitamin D3 and how can it help your child's health? Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol), is the most bioavailable and natural form of Vitamin D. Go Healthy Natural delicious strawberry flavor pectin-based gummies provide children with a fun and tasty way to enrich their diet; with the Vitamin D they need for bone, tooth and immune health. Vitamin D is critical for improving calcium absorption in your child's growing body. 

Why is Go Healthy Natural Kids Vitamin D3 Gummies the best choice for your family?

  • Our D3 gummies are softer plant-based citrus pectin vs animal-based gelatin gummies
  • 100% Vegetarian, Kosher, Halal and All-Natural
  • Gelatin free, great tasting, easy to take and don't stick to your teeth
  • Our proprietary slow-cook method creates a gummy that is softer and more flavorful than other gummy vitamins
  • Allergy friendly, gelatin free, 100% vegetarian, GMO free, gluten free, peanut & nut tree free; No artificial preservatives, colors or flavors, soy, eggs, milk, yeast, wheat, gluten, fish or shellfish
  • Hand crafted in a nut-free, Halal, Kosher Kosher Gummy Vitamins & GMP-certified facility
  • Each delicious serving (1 gummy bear) contains 1000 mg of Vitamin D3 as cholecalciferol and gives your child 250% of the recommended daily value.
  • Our fruit-based gummies are lightly sweetened with only 2 g of natural cane sugar.

So, now that you know why our Kids Vitamin D3 Gummies are the best choice for you and your family, why not give us a try? Go Healthy Natural - Healthier Ingredients, Healthier You!

 

Do I Need To Supplement My Diet With Vitamin D3?

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Are You Vitamin D Deficient?  

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 90 million people in the US are vitamin D deficient. Problems converting vitamin D from food or sunshine can set you up for a deficiency. Factors that increase your risk include:

  • Age 50 or older
  • Dark skin
  • Living in northern half of US
  • Overweight, obese, gastric bypass surgery
  • Liver or digestive diseases, such as Crohn's disease or celiac
  • Using sunscreen can interfere with getting vitamin D, but abandoning sunscreen can significantly increase your risk for skin cancer.

How Does Vitamin D Help Support My Body?

  • Vitamin D is critical for strong teeth and bones, from infancy into old age. It helps the body absorb calcium from food.
  • Studies suggest that people with higher levels of vitamin D in their blood may have a lower risk for colon and prostate cancer.
  • Less coronary artery disease and a decrease chance of developing type 1 diabetes.
  • Increased muscle strength and coordination.

Can My Doctor Test My Vitamin D Level?

  • There's a simple blood test used to check your vitamin D level, called the 25-hydroxyvitamin D test.
  • Current guidelines by the Institute of Medicine set a blood level of 20 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) as a goal for good bone health and overall health. However, some doctors say people should go higher, to about 30 ng/mL to get the full health benefits of vitamin D.

How Much Vitamin D Do You Need?

  • The recommended dietary allowance for vitamin D is 600 IU (international units) per day for adults up to age 70. People aged 71 and older should aim for 800 IU from their diet.
  • Most children and adolescents don’t get enough vitamin D from drinking milk. They should have a supplement with 400 IU to 600 IU.

Which Form Of Vitamin D Should I Use?

Vitamin D3 is considered the natural form of vitamin D and is the most active.

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