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Vitamin D plays a critical role in reproductive health. It is important for both women and men who are trying to conceive and for women when they are pregnant. Deficiency of the vitamin is common amongst the UK population, and the NHS recommends taking a supplement of 400iu per day.
Vitamin D is obtained naturally from two sources: sunlight and food. It is, however, found in only a few foods and we get the majority of our intake from the action of sunlight on our skin. Our new, easy to use, one-a-day booster formulation is sprayed directly onto the tongue, and has been designed to provide additional support for your intake of this vital micro-nutrient.
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