Clean and Effective Vitamin D for Stronger Bones and Muscles
We need vitamin D because it’s important for strong bones, muscles, teeth, and general health such as proper immune system function. Scientific evidence shows that Vitamin D reduces Covid-19 infections, hospitalizations, and deaths.
- Strengthens bones, muscles and teeth
- Boosts immune system
- Improves sleep quality and reduces fatigue
- Improves mood and happiness
- Reduces Covid-19 infections, hospitalizations, and deaths
Why We Chose This Product
Being exposed to natural sunlight not only makes us just feel good but we also receive its so valuable vitamin D3.
Vitamin D3 is important because it helps absorb calcium better leading to better bone health. It reduces the likelihood of getting sick, it can support weight loss, and it can reduce depression, which is why it’s also called the happy mood vitamin.
GoPrimal’s vitamin D3 is sourced from sheep wool (Lanolin). It is blended with organic coconut oil to improve absorption. Hence, it is naturally sourced and does not include bovine gelatin, or any artificials or colorants.
Considering all of this, we concluded that GoPrimal vitamin D3 is one of the cleanest and most effective products on the market delivering unmatched value for money.
Benefits for the Athlete
Especially for athletes, it is important to get a sufficient amount of D3. Deficiency for active people can decrease skeletal muscle function, force, power, and testosterone production, and impacts recovery time from training.
Furthermore, vitamin D3 deficiency can lead to a weaker immune system and make athletes more susceptible to sickness. No one wants to be sick.
How to Use It
Take 1 soft gel daily preferably with a meal or as recommended by a physician. Increase intake in periods where you feel weak, tired, or unmotivated (typically during winter and spring).
For people 12 years or older.
- Vitamin D3 2500 IU (=62.5 micrograms Cholecalciferol)
- Coconut Oil
- Fish Gelatine
- Purified water
I wrote an extensive article to give answers to How Much Vitamin D Do You Need, the best sources, the risk of deficiencies, how to supplement vitamin D, and its role in combating the coronavirus.
In a study from 2017, vitamin D3 was shown to have a positive impact on muscle strength where improvements ranged from 1.37 to 18.75%.
If you want to read more about how we see nutrition and supplementation as part of the 4 Legs of Fitness model take a look at Third Leg: Nutrition. Or subscribe to the newsletter at the bottom of this page for more info and discounts.