Vitamin D and Immune Support
Updated: Jun 20
During cold and flu season it is important to know what we can do to help support our immune systems. Supplements such as Vitamin D, Vitamin C, and Zinc have been shown to help support immune function. Vitamin D is both a nutrient we consume and something that our bodies make when we spend time in the sun. Vitamin D has been known to assist the body in both absorption and retention of calcium. Vitamin D has also been studied in cancer cell reduction, help in controlling infections, and inflammation reduction. To support our immune system, it is important to not only eat healthy but also consistently take our vitamins. We, at The Kid’s Therapy Center, stand by nutraMetrix supplements. Not only are they easy to take and tasty, but their isotonic delivery system helps to get the most from your supplements. One serving of nutraMetrix Isotonix® Vitamin D with K2 provides 125 mcg of Vitamin D. One serving of Isotonix® Vitamin C provides the body with 500mcg of Vitamin C! Vitamin C and Zinc will boost our immune system when it’s down during times of sickness, so upping the typical amounts of these supplements can help to provide relief to your symptoms. Runny noses are around the corner so start taking your vitamins!
Vitamin D with K2
nutraMetrix Isotonix® Vitamin D with K2 contains vitamin D3, the metabolically active form of vitamin D, along with vitamin K2, a form of vitamin K which supports vascular health and calcium utilization. Vitamin D plays an important role in bone health, heart health and immune support, while working with vitamin K to support normal absorption of calcium and promote healthy arteries.
· Helps maintain normal blood pressure
· Supports immune health
· Helps maintain bone health
· Supports the maintenance of bones
· Helps maintain cardiovascular health
· Promotes healthy arteries
· Promotes elasticity of blood vessels
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