What Is Vitamin D3?


Vitamin D3 is cholecalciferol. It is a compound with the formula C27 H43 OH that is found in fish liver oil and egg yolks. Vitamin D3 is formed on the skin when the skin is exposed to sunlight.
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Vitamin D
Daily Requirement: 0.015 mg
Solubility: Fat
Sources: sunlight, oily fish, eggs, and powdered milk
Vitamin D has several import functions including regulating the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body.
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Vitamin D3 is a cholecalciferol which you can get just by being out in the sun as your body manufactures it from the sunlight. This is very good for your bones and immune system. You can find more info at: www.vrp.com
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