Vitamin D Capsules

It’s vital that we supplement our vitamin D intake in the autumn and winter months when the sunlight is sparse, but vitamin D also has a range of moreSee less

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To answer this question properly, we need to understand that Vitamin D is a type of vitamin, rather than the vitamin itself.

Vitamin D is used when we talk about Vitamins D3 and D2, which are slightly different from one another.

The main difference between the two is that Vitamin D2 comes from plant sources and Vitamin D3 comes from animal sources (e.g. cod liver oil, egg yolks).

Vitamin D3 is also created in your body when sunlight hits your skin, which is why the NHS advises Brits to take vitamin D supplements during the winter months.

If you buy Vitamin D or a multivitamin with Vitamin D included, the nutritional table on its packaging will let you know whether you’re getting Vitamin D2 or D3, so if you need one, in particular, this is where you’ll find the information you need.

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Yes, you can safely take vitamin D and cod liver oil together. Cod liver oil is naturally rich in vitamin D, too, so you may not need to add a vitamin D supplement to your routine. However, during the autumn and winter months when we aren’t getting enough sunlight, it’s advised to supplement your vitamin D.

Vitamin D is also known as the sunshine vitamin, as it is created by the body when our skin is exposed to direct sunlight.


We can also receive it by consuming certain foods, such as:


  • Oily fish, such as salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel
  • Red meat
  • Liver
  • Egg yolks
  • Fortified foods, such as some breads and breakfast cereals
  • Vitamin D is important, as our body requires it for maintaining both physical and mental health.


It helps to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body, as well as helping our body to absorb calcium to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy.


Our bodies require vitamin D from birth, to ensure our bones are strong and to promote healthy development.

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The NHS recommends that everyone over the age of 4 should take 10 microgram vitamin D supplements during autumn and winter.


This is because we usually get vitamin D from sunlight hitting our skin and when the lovely British weather kicks in in the colder months it can be harder for us to catch those rays.


Although you can get vitamin D from your diet, it’s not the easiest vitamin to get enough of, which is why daily supplements step in to help.


If you’re someone who isn’t exposed to a lot of sunlight in general, you can take a vitamin D supplement all year round to help keep your levels up.