Vitabiotics, the UK’s No.1  vitamin supplement company, has extended its Ultra Vitamin D range, with two new additions covering both ends of the intake level spectrum; 400IU (the everyday level for bones and muscle) and 3,000IU (our maximum support level for immune function).

Ultra Vitamin D is the UK’s No1 vitamin D, and provides the ideal form Vitamin D3, in one daily micro-tablet. The complete Ultra Vitamin D tablet line up now includes:

  • NEW: Ultra Vitamin D 3000 IU, the maximum level in the range. For those who want more specialist support and wish to build their vitamin D levels more quickly. Containing 75µg of vitamin D, it is our strongest vitamin D available to ensure optimum levels of vitamin D. Researchers from Queen Mary University of London, recently announced a new clinical trial giving participants six months’ supply of 3,200IU of vitamin D a day.
  • 2000 IU vitamin D3 is the ideal level for those wanting an extra strength formula for immune system support.
  • 1000 IU vitamin D3 (the bioactive form produced in the skin), provides a good optimum daily level, especially for Immune support. The equivalent of up to 15 minutes full sunshine exposure on unprotected hands, face and arms, but without any of the ageing and harmful effects of UV radiation on the skin.
  • NEW: Ultra Vitamin D 400 IU is the standard everyday level, for everyone, in line with government advice. Protects basic intake for health bones and muscle function. 

Contains 10μg of vitamin D, the exact daily supplement level recommended by the UK Department of Health and SACN. An everyday amount to ensure vitamin D is maintained throughout the year.

Safeguarding vitamin D is especially vital as we enter the winter months. Ultra-Vitamin D helps support healthy bones, teeth and muscles, with higher levels available ideal to support the immune system.

For adults over the age of 60, it has also been shown that a daily vitamin D intake of 20µg or more from all sources helps to reduce the risk of falling associated with postural instability and muscle weakness. Falling is a risk factor for bone fractures among men and women 60 years of age and older.