Liposomal Ultra Delivery & Protection
Well.Actually. encapsulates its Vitamin D3 + K2 within millions of micro-phospholipid bubbles called liposomes which are suspended in a liquid. The membrane of the liposomes (phospholipids) is made of the same material that surrounds our own cells. Due to this physiological indifference, the body recognises and transports the liposomal Vitamin D3 + K2 directly into our own cells. The Liposomes also protect their nutrient-rich content against harsh digestive processes. This ensures more intact Vitamin D3 + K2 makes it into the blood for maximum and faster absorption.
Is it safe to take 1,000IUs of Liposomal Vitamin D?
Well.Actually. Liposomal Vitamin D3 + K2 is far below the safe Upper Limits (UL) of 100 micrograms (4,000 IU) of vitamin D a day for adults, including pregnant and breastfeeding women and the elderly, and children aged 11 to 17 years.
Children aged 1 to 10 years should not have more than 50 micrograms (2,000 IU) a day. Infants under 12 months should not have more than 25 micrograms (1,000 IU) a day.
Diet, lifestyle, age, they all can all be contributing factors as to whether you might be vitamin D deficient, and by how much.
Vitamin D can be helpful for those who experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD), people who are on a diet, and those with increased dietary intolerances (e.g. lactose and dairy) or allergies.
Due to the presence of widespread deficiency, vitamin D supplementation is being recommended for the entire population by many international governments and the UK is providing it FREE to the most vulnerable.