Sunshine Vitamin D3




Your Trusted Source of Natural Vitamin D3 for Prevention of Health Conditions Related to Vitamin-D3 Deficiency


Live-well SUNSHINE VITAMIN-D3 contains vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) which is critically important to health and life. According to the Vitamin D Council (VitaminDCouncil.org), it is estimated that as much as 50% of the world population is at risk of vitamin D3 deficiency. Living in tropical, sunny Malaysia does not mean you are getting enough of the sunshine nutrient- vitamin D3.

Vitamin D3- also known as the “Sunshine Vitamin” is a nutrient produced naturally by our bodies when exposed to the sun. It is the bioavailable form of natural vitamin D required by our body for many important health functions.

Vitamin D3 is beneficial to our entire body. Every cell and tissue including skin, bone and muscle needs it to function well. Adequate levels of vitamin D are important for maintaining bone density and improving muscle strength in the elderly. Thus reducing the incidence of fall, which can reduce risk of hip fracture. Vitamin D is crucial for our body’s natural defence systems, protecting our health and support general well-being.

Regular supplement-users and health conscious Malaysians can now enjoy the beneficial goodness of vitamin D3 in a convenient, easy-to-take tablet with Live-well Sunshine Vitamin-D3.

Start your vitamin D3 regime today and harness the power of the “Sunshine Vitamin” for that radiant glow of good health and vitality.

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