ExposeD3 with Ultra-D Formula, a proprietary blend of Vitamin D3, Sodium Ascorbate and Acerola Powdered Extract (from the acerola fruit as the natural source of vitamin C).
Our bodies naturally produce 10,000 to 15,000 IU of vitamin D per day when Ultra Violet B rays for the sun touches our skin. But unfortunately, because of our modern and constantly changing lifestyle most of us do not get enough sun these days to generate the amount of vitamin D our bodies need.
The question is, “are we getting enough sun these days?” With our modern and changing lifestyle there is a “GAP” that has to be filled up. Phyto Pharma provides you with an answer.
ExposeD3, the Sun-in-a-Pill, is made so that you can enjoy the health benefits of the sun without the risk of skin cancer or aging, without the fear of getting dark, able to continue your skin whitening agenda, able to continue your night job, strengthen your bone muscles and boost your immunity.
Who are at risk of Vitamin D deficiency?
- People who take whitening pills and injectables, like Glutathione
- Call center agents and those who work on graveyard shifts
- Office workers who are in air-conditioned rooms during the day
- Elderly people who are no longer go out to walk under the sun
- Children and teenagers who are playing with computer games and other hi-tech gadgets instead of the usual children’s play under the sun
- People who are scared of the heat of the sun because of the risk of skin cancer
- People who put on sunscreens, even as low as like SPF8
How important is Vitamin D?
- Vitamin D helps prevent osteoporosis by increasing calcium absorption
- Strengthen the muscles that hold the bones and that help prevent older people from falling that results to fractures
- It helps eliminate depression
- Low levels of Vitamin D affects diabetes and obesity
- It helps boost your immunity
With PHYTO ExposeD3, the sun is now on your hand. Take ExposeD3 at least 1- 3 capsules a day and live Life as healthy as you can be.
More about Vitamin D3
Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble that is produced in the skin of vertebrates after exposure to the ultraviolet B light from the sun. Once the UV B light from the sun touches our skin, the cholesterol under our skin is synthesized by our body into Cholecaciferol or known as Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 can also come from artificial sources, or occurs naturally in fish and a few other foods. In some countries, staple foods such as milk, flour and margarine are artificially fortified with vitamin D, and it is also available as a supplement in pill form. Light-exposed mushrooms may provide up to 100% of the recommended Daily Value of vitamin D.
Vitamin D is carried in the bloodstream to the liver, where it is converted into the prohormone calcidiol. Circulating calcidiol may then be converted into calcitriol, the biologically active form of vitamin D, either in the kidneys or by monocyte-macrophages in the immune system. When synthesized by monocyte-macrophages, calcitriol acts locally as a cytokine, defending the body against microbial invaders.
Vitamin D insufficiency can result in thin, brittle, or misshapen bones, while sufficiency prevents rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults, and, together with calcium, helps to protect older adults from osteoporosis. Vitamin D also modulates neuromuscular function, reduces inflammation, and influences the action of many genes that regulate the proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis of cells
More about Acerola
Acerola (natural source Vitamin C)
Scientific Name: Malpighia punicifolia
Acerola can be found growing wild and under cultivation on the sandy soils throughout north-eastern Brazil. It is native to northern South America, Central America, and Jamaica, Florida and Texas. The fruit of the Acerola Cherry tree, Malpighia punicifolia L. is rich in Vitamin C and carotenoids, with the cherry-like fruits being one of the richest known natural sources of vitamin C. The fresh fruit can contain up to 4000 mg Vitamin C per gram of fresh weight. Oranges provide 500 to 4,000 parts per million Vitamin C or ascorbic acid, while Acerola assays in the range of 16,000 to 172,000 parts per million.
- ANTIOXIDANT - Acerola’s use is mostly associated with its high content of vitamin C and the synergistic bioflavonoids- rutin and hesperidin, providing one of nature’s most potent antioxidants.
- IMMUNE SUPPORT - Acerola is an ideal food based source of nutrients necessary for immune support. Acerola is a rich source of vitamin C, bioflavonoids, carotenoids, and other vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients providing ideal synergy for immune cell function.
- NUTRITIVE - Compared to oranges, acerola provides twice as much magnesium, pantothenic acid, and potassium. Other vitamins present include vitamin A (4,300 to 12,500 IU/100 g, compared to approximately 11,000 IU for raw carrots), thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin in concentrations comparable to those in other fruits. One hundred and fifty other constituents have been identified in acerola; the major ones being furfural, hexadecanoic acid, and limonene. Acerola cherries are an excellent source of powerful antioxidants and are also rich in protein and mineral salts principally, iron, calcium and phosphorus.
- SKIN TONIC - Recent research in cosmetology indicates that vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenger for the skin as well, and acerola extracts are now appearing in skin care products that fight cellular aging. In addition to its vitamin content, acerola contains mineral salts that have shown to aid in the re-mineralisation of tired and stressed skin, while the mucilage and proteins have skin hydrating properties and promote capillary conditioning.