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Vitamin D Injections 


Vitamin D is completely different than most other vitamins. It is a steroid hormone produced from cholesterol when your skin is exposed to the sun. For this reason, vitamin D is often referred to as “the sunshine vitamin.”

However, sun exposure rarely provides adequate vitamin D, making it necessary to obtain it from supplements or your diet. Yet, only a handful of foods contain significant amounts of this crucial vitamin, and deficiency is very common.

Benefits of Vitamin D:

  • Reduced risk of osteoporosis, falls, and fractures. Higher doses of vitamin D can help prevent osteoporosis, falls, and fractures in older adults

  • Better strength. Vitamin D can increase physical strength in both upper and lower limbs

  • Cancer prevention. Vitamin D may help prevent cancer. One study noted that 1,100 IU per day — alongside calcium — reduced cancer risk by 60%

  • Depression management. Studies show that vitamin D may ease symptoms in people with clinical depression

  • Reduced risk of type 1 diabetes. One study in infants linked 2,000 IU of vitamin D per day to a 78% reduced risk of type 1 diabetes

  • Improved mortality. Some studies suggest that vitamin D reduces people’s risk of dying during the study periods, indicating that it may help you live longer 

  • Improved appearance of dark circles under the eyes

  • Improved quality of hair, skin & nails

£75 Per Injection

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