Almost everyone needs to take vitamin D for full health and fitness. Modern life means we do not get out enough into the sun so the vitamin can be made in bare skin. Taking a vitamin D supplement not only adds to health it increases muscular strength and fitness, steadies the old, improves athletic performance, and energises all.

The Vitamin D Company is dedicated to eradicating vitamin D deficiency. We promote healthy exposure to sunshine and we provide world class vitamin D Microtabs, manufactured to our specification in the USA. To order by phone call 07761379939. For sales in the USA go to www.vitaminD3world.com

D Microtabs are suitable for all faiths, for vegetarians, sports men and women and for people with asthma and allergies. No added dairy, gelatin, gluten, peanut, soya, starch, sugar, or yeast. No artificial colours or sweeteners. Suitable for all ages: adults and children, including babies after weaning. Easy for the elderly.

Personal stories

  • William B Grant, PhD

    Californian scientist who has published more than 170 scientific articles about Vitamin D

    “My studies have found that people with low levels of vitamin D are more likely to get any of approximately 100 common diseases including autoimmune diseases, many types of cancer, heart disease, dementia, and infectious diseases. I take 4000 IU of vitamin D a day to maintain my blood level above 150 nmol/l (60 ng/ml) and get some mid-day sun which is limited in San Francisco due to the frequent clouds and fog.”

  • Graeme Peacock

    An energetic retiree living in Yorkshire. Has had diabetes for 15 years

    “My GP was sceptical when I told him I wanted to take vitamin D. My blood glucose was then 10.5. I took 2000 IU vitamin D a day and felt a lot better. My blood sugar gradually came down and after 18 months it was 6.5. Now my GP even suggests vitamin D for other patients.”

  • Judy Graham

    Editor of New Pathways magazine, published by the Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre. She has also written ‘Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally – A Self-Help Guide To Living With MS’

    “For the last five years or so, I have been taking 5000 IU of vitamin D a day to help control my MS."

  • Sheree Bryant

    Health charity campaigner

    "It came as a shock to me to realise that people with brown skin living in Europe were invariably badly deficient in vitamin D. I did lots of research on the issue and now my family (pictured) takes a supplement all year round. My son is a competitive athlete and it has been specially important for him."

  • Dr Helga Rhein

    Edinburgh GP, Vitamin D pioneer

    “We get very few days when it's warm enough to be out of doors with short sleeves in Scotland and I find that many of my patients are deficient in vitamin D. I regularly recommend patients to take a vitamin D supplement and also prescribe it for many.”

D Microtabs are very small
  • Easy to swallow, even without water. Tasteless
  • Tabs disperse quickly, can be taken in teaspoon of liquid
  • No artificial flavours or colours, free of most allergens
  • Suitable for all ages, all faiths, and sports
  • Great value, from only 3.5p to 8p a day
  • Very stable, lasts more than three years
Why I take Vitamin D?
Personal stories
Sunsense
How to get your vitamin D free.
D-diseases
How vitamin D can prevent disease and may even make you better