D receptors are in just about every cell in your body. As D3 is fat soluble it goes right into the centre of the cell and has huge effects on it. Probably the most important fat-soluble nutrient and so important for virtually every part of your body.

Signs of low D3 include low back ache (pelvis, hips, upper legs) especially at night, hard time getting up from sitting or squatted position. Bone pain, muscle tone, gait problems, osteoporosis, osteomalacia, myalgias and arthralgias, anxiety, underactive parathyroid glands, high blood sugar, virus susceptibility, Crohn’s, digestive issues, autoimmune issues, day-time sleepiness and depression.

D3 is needed for the brain, hair, scalp and skin, sinuses, eyes, teeth, lungs, heart, thyroid, muscles, adrenals, pancreas, liver and gut, kidneys, prostate, joints bones, reproductive organs, and the thymus gland. D3 sustains correct pH level in the blood.

It’s important to use magnesium chloride or take magnesium for the uptake of D3 and increase your vitamin K2 intake when taking D3.  It is necessary to take vitamin K2 along with D3.  See vitamin K2 information.

This is information only and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure, please refer to your health practitioner.