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By Will Cartwright | Trending Ingredient Spotlight | 2 Comments | 15 May, 2017
  • Vitamin D3 is produced in the skin and is the same as vitamin D.

Vitamin D is known by many names and it has many benefits including playing a role in making us happier.

In this healthier thanks to vitamin D3 blog, we explore the healthy benefits that vitamin B3 provides. 

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There are several angles that vitamin D3 manufacturers can use to market and sell Vitamin D3.

As a supplement, Vitamin D3 is critical because it is made when the sun's rays make contact with our skin; more specifically when we absorb the UVB rays of the sun.

However, many consumers are concerned about overexposure to the sun and the health issues that the sun can cause including:

  • Premature aging
  • Increased risk of skin cancer
  • Sunburn

Those concerns are well founded and backed by many peer-reviewed studies. That is why there is an opportunity for vitamin D3 manufacturers to bottle, market and sell this wholesome vitamin. 

Benefits of Vitamin D3 Supplementation

Vitamin D3 provides the body with many benefits including helping us prevent certain diseases. Here is a look at some of the top vitamin D3 benefits. 

  • Builds Strong Bones — Vitamin D3 is important because it helps the human body to absorb calcium and phosphorus, which leads to healthy bone and tooth development. It helps to prevent rickets which is a disease where the bones become soft and brittle. 
  • Helps the Brain to "talk" to the nerves — Vitamin D3 plays a role in muscle coordination. It is used by the brain as a component that helps the brain to send and receive electronic signals, especially to the muscles. 
  • Builds a Stronger Immune System — Vitamin D3 is an essential part of our body's defense against harmful vectors such as bacteria and virus.      
  • Helps Defeat Depression — Research is now pointing towards a link between vitamin D3 deficiency and depression disorders. Vitamin D3 attaches to cells and acts as a chemical gateway so that cells receive messages from the brain.

Those messages help to regulate cell function. Research has shown that vitamin D3 receptors are found in the areas of the brain that regulate mood.

Without those receptors, as is the case with vitamin D3 deficiency, the mood center of our brain may not receive proper signals that help to regulate moods. 

What all of this spells out for Vitamin D3 supplement manufacturers is "opportunity."

There are many health benefits and large market segments that need to build better bones, help regulate moods, build stronger immune systems, and that are concerned about brain health.

Vitamin D3 helps all of these groups address their concerns over vitamin D3 deficiency. 

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Vitamin D3 is found in a variety of foods including common foods such as salmon and foods that are not so common such as liver. Where is vitamin D3 found naturally? Let's explore.

  • Oily Fish are a good source of vitamin D3. These include fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel. These fish are rich in vitamin D3 making them a great go-to source for natural intake of D3. 
  • Available but not in significant quantities — Beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks are sources of D3 too, but in small amounts. You'd have to eat a lot of these foods to get enough D3. 
  • Mushrooms contain a trace amount of vitamin D3 and are easy to add into a diet. You will still need to eat a lot of mushrooms, but there are worse things to eat. 

Vitamin D3 Manufacturers and Fortified Foods

Certain foods are fortified with vitamin D3. The opportunity for vitamin D3 manufacturers is that not everyone can consume these foods. 

  • Milk is fortified with 400 IU of vitamin D per quart. While that is good, we are experiencing more and more cases of people who are lactose intolerant. 
  • Breakfast cereals may be fortified with Vitamin D3 as are certain brands of orange juice. However, like milk, not everyone can consume cereal. Many people are gluten intolerant or have allergies to certain grains.

While fortified foods are good, they are not a catchall for people who want to increase their intake of vitamin D3.   

The need for vitamin D3 supplements is only going to grow stronger as more people become concerned overexposure to the sun and the pollution of food sources such as tuna.

This means that quality vitamin D3 manufacturing is an opportunity to help people with vitamin D3 deficiency without increasing their risk of developing certain skin cancers or who have allergies to fortified sources of foods such as gluten. From every angle vitamin D3 is a win, win.

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Will Cartwright

Written by Will Cartwright

Will is a master of digital marketing in the vitamins & supplements space. He has years experience selling supplements on Google, self-hosted websites, Amazon, Facebook and much more. CLICK HERE to learn more about how Will can help your nutraceutical brand dominate digital marketing.

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