Yumi Nutrition Launches New Vitamin D3 Gummies

With many people in the UK suffering from low levels of vitamin D due to a lack of sunlight, chewable supplement brand Yumi Nutrition has launched a new vitamin D3 Sunshine chewable gummy supplement to help you get enough of the essential vitamin during the winter months.

Google Trends data shows that searches for vitamin D in the UK have more than doubled in comparison to this time last year as more and more people look for ways to support their immune system.

The Yumi Sunshine supplement delivers a dose of 1000 IU of vitamin D3 per 2 gummies a day and comes in lemon flavour.

Amy Morris, functional nutritionist at Yumi Nutrition, said: “Optimal Vitamin D levels are needed for whole-body health, including helping to absorb calcium and phosphorus, ensuring the immune system functions normally and enabling correct growth and development of bones and teeth.”

“The Yumi Sunshine Vitamin D gummies contain a bioactive form of vitamin D (known as vitamin D3) and they are perfect for people who live active lives as you do not need to take them with water and for those who struggle to swallow supplements.”

Alongside the vitamin D3 product, Yumi has also launched an Immunity Support supplement with 120mg of vitamin C to help further protect you against colds and viruses this winter. Coming in orange flavour, the gummies are an easy and enjoyable way to keep your vitamin C levels topped up.

The Yumi Sunshine vitamin D3 gummies are available for £12.99 for 60 gummies from:

Yumi Nutrition has also put together a quick quiz that can be used to assess how likely you are to be vitamin D deficient.

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