Deva Vegan Vitamin D – 2400 Iu – 90 Tablets
Brand: Deva Nutrition
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Our Deva Vegan Vitamin D – 2400 Iu supplements are packed with vegan vitamin D in the form of ergocalciferol at the amount of 2400 IU per serving. Such high amounts of ergocalciferol or vitamin D2 in the Deva Nutrition vegan vitamin tablets help strengthen bone structure and prevent several issues arising from bone disorders like osteomalacia and rickets. When combined with calcium, the ergocalciferol can also prevent adverse bone conditions like osteoporosis. Apart from these, the vitamin D2 present in these supplements also helps prevent hypoparathyroidism, a significant reduction of the parathyroid gland function in the body.
Deficiency of Vitamin D2 in the body may lead to severe consequences like softening of bones or reduce phosphate levels in the blood, a condition known as hypophosphatemia. It leads to weakening of muscles, fatigue, numbness, loss of appetite besides increasing chances of bone fractures. Taking the Deva Nutrition supplements regularly can help prevent such issues to a great extent. Further, ergocalciferol also increases the ability of the stomach to absorb calcium from the food you consume. This calcium helps maintain proper bone structure and enhance the overall health of your bones.
It should be noted here that the Deva Nutrition vegan vitamin supplements are free from any kind of animal derivatives, GMOs, yeast, gluten, wheat, sugar, starch, fat, and preservatives of any kind, which increases its importance in the lives of vegans. Certified by the Vegan Society that first coined the term ‘vegan’, it’s 100% meant for vegan consumption.
The Deva Vegan Vitamin D – 2400 Iu present in the tablets is also derived from 100% organic sources. Some other ingredients in the product include Cros-carmellose Sodium, Magnesium, Vegetable Stearic Acid, cellulose, Phosphate, and Silica, which enhance the therapeutic effect of the supplements. However, one should note here that the product isn’t evaluated by the FDA and hence, it doesn’t claim to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.