That’s my immune system sorted out for the winter. I have always been a firm believer in adding supplements to my daily diet.
The one out of all I would recommend for this time of year coming into winter would be Vitamin D3.


Often referred to as ‘the sunshine vitamin’, Vitamin D is generally acquired by the body in two ways; exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays and dietary intake, so supplementation is especially important during the colder, darker months of the year when we see very little sunshine.

Vitamin D is an important vitamin for maintaining the good health of bones and teeth, and is required to help our bodies absorb calcium. Although we can get some from food, such as oily fish, eggs and meat, it difficult to get enough vitamin D from food alone.

Vitamin D has many roles – it helps in the development and maintenance of bones, muscle, and teeth, and the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus, it also contributes to the normal function of the immune system and inflammation response.
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