Vitamin D is actually not a vitamin. No, I’m not having an existential debate with myself about vitamins.
Vitamin D was first discovered from malnutrition, where it initially identified as a vitamin. Sometime after, we found out that our body actually makes Vitamin D. It’s made in one part of the body (the skin), travels to the liver and kidney to get activated, then go to a target tissue.
Vitamin D isn’t a vitamin, it’s actually a hormone!
Our Vitamin D products are Vitality Approved, so you can be sure that you’re getting quality products: pure, potent, and consistent batch to batch.
Just trying to keep it real…
Neal Smoller, PharmD
Owner, Pharmacist, Big Mouth