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Vitamin D Sprays

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    If you are looking for an easy way to take your Vitamin D supplement without swallowing a tablet or capsule, a Vitamin D spray is for you. 

    Quick and easy-to-use, a Vitamin D spray makes taking your daily dose of this sun vitamin pain-free. Pop into your bag to take with you on the go or use when you wake up in the morning for an efficient method of taking Vitamin D.

    Why choose a Vitamin D spray?

    As effective as taking a Vitamin D tablet, using a spray allows Vitamin D to absorb into your bloodstream easily with a simple squirt onto your tongue. In fact, the Vitamin D is absorbed through the mucus membrane in your mouth and straight into your bloodstream. 

    Not only is a Vitamin D spray easy to take, but they also often taste delicious. With a wide range of flavours on the market including refreshing peppermint, choose a tasty Vitamin D spray like the BetterYou D3000 Vitamin D Daily Oral Spray for your daily dose. 

    But if you prefer a flavourless spray, we have you covered with the BetterYou DLux Vegan Vitamin D Daily Oral Spray. This Better You spray is also a great source of vegan vitamin d.

    Why take a Vitamin D supplement?

    Vitamin D is essential for our bodies as it supports the immune system and strengthens bones, teeth, and muscles. Our bodies produce Vitamin D mainly when exposed to sunlight, but we can also absorb Vitamin D through our diet.

    There are many different types of Vitamin D, the foremost being Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3 - also known as ergocalciferol and cholecalciferol. 

    Vitamin D2 is found in some plant-based products like certain types of mushrooms, whilst Vitamin D3 is found naturally in animal products, like fish and dairy. For those following a vegan or vegetarian diet, absorbing Vitamin D through your diet can be difficult, so taking a Vitamin D supplement can be highly beneficial. 

    Vitamin D Deficiency

    If we relied solely on our diet and irregular hours of sunlight for maintaining our Vitamin D levels, we would likely end up with a deficiency. Therefore, taking a Vitamin D supplement, such as a Vitamin D spray, is essential.

    Certain groups are statistically at a higher risk of Vitamin D deficiency: those who live in areas with lower levels of sunlight, the elderly and those with darker skin tones.

    You should check with a medical professional to see how much you need to be taking. Taking too much Vitamin D can lead to a build-up of calcium in the blood, and too little can create a deficiency.

    Check out our guide on Vitamin D deficiency to learn more about the signs to look out for if you are lacking Vitamin D.