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Radiance™ (Vitamin D3)
Radiance™ (Vitamin D3)Radiance™ (Vitamin D3)Radiance™ (Vitamin D3)

For those who aren’t out in the sun enough on a daily basis, this is a convenient, simple way to get your much needed vitamin D3 at 2,000 IU per serving. Radiance helps maintain the health of bones & teeth, support healthy lung function and reduce cardiovascular issues.

Proven to:

  • Help Reduce Cardiovascular Issues 
  • Support Healthy Function of the Lungs 
  • Maintain Good Health of Bones & Teeth


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  • Product Information
  • Nutrition Info & Use
  • Common Questions

What is Vitamin D?

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that promotes the absorption of calcium, regulates bone growth and plays a role in immune function.

 Types of Vitamin D 


  • Mainly derived from plant sources
  • Cheaper form of Vitamin D 
  • Generally recognized as lower quality form of Vitamin D 
  • Much more likely to degrade in supplement form


  • Mainly derived from animal sources (lanolin) 
  • More effective at raising Vitamin D levels in your blood 
  • Generally recognized as higher quality form of Vitamin D 
  • Less likely to degrade in supplement form

Ways to Obtain Vitamin D

Consuming Food that contains Vitamin D 

  1. Fish, Eggs, Milk, Mushrooms, Cheese, Butter are examples of food high in Vitamin D.
  2. Food tends to offer much lower quantities of Vitamin D than other alternatives (Sunlight and Supplementation).

Exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) light

  1. Exposure to sunlight triggers a reaction in the skin that converts provitamin D into Vitamin D3.
  2. Sun exposure through glass is insufficient for Vitamin D3 creation.
  3. Cloudy days, shade, clothing and proximity to the equator reduce are all factors that contribute to Vitamin D absorption. 
  4. Sunscreen can block absorption of Vitamin DIn general, people obtain some Vitamin D from sun exposure, but many do not.

Ingestion of Vitamin D Supplements

  1. Vitamin D3 is the superior form of supplementation (what we use) 
  2. Since Vitamin D is fat soluble it’s generally recommended that it be taken with fat (ours is paired with Non-GMO Flax oil) 

Who is at risk for Vitamin D Deficiency?

  • Solely breast-fed infants older than 2 months of age

  • Individuals older than 50 years of age

  • Persons with problems absorbing fat, which includes those with:

    • Cystic Fibrosis 
    • Crohn’s disease 
    • Celiac disease 
    • Some liver diseases 

  • Persons with kidney disease, especially those requiring dialysis

  • Persons that have had gastric bypass surgery

  • Persons using sunscreen (SPF 8 or higher)  

  • Obese individuals 

  • Persons living in residential care facilities

Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency

1. Getting sick or infected often (Low Immunity):

  • Vitamin D interacts with cells that fight off infection.
  • Several studies have shown a link between deficiency and respiratory tract infections such as cold, flu and pneumonia.

2. Fatigue and tiredness:

  • Even a slight deficiency can cause tiredness.

3. Bone and back pain:

  • Vitamin D helps body absorb calcium, which contributes to strong healthy bones 
  • Large studies have shown a relationship between Vitamin D deficiency and chronic back pain 

4. Depression

  • Some studies have shown a link between depression and deficiency, particularly in older adults. 
  • Supplementing Vitamin D may improve mood 

5. Impaired Wound Healing

  • Studies have shown that people with low Vitamin D levels may have higher inflammation 

6. Bone Loss

  • Vitamin D plays an essential role in calcium absorption and bone metabolism 
  • Many older people that suffer bone loss think they’re calcium deficient, when they’re actually Vitamin D deficient

7. Hair Loss

  • Alopecia (sudden hair loss) has been shown to be worse in people that are deficient in Vitamin D

8. Muscle Pain

  • In one study, over 70% of people with muscle pain were found to be Vitamin D deficient

The sunshine vitamin


Storage: Properly sealed in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.


Take 1 softgel daily or as recommended by a healthcare professional

Ingredients: Non-GMO flax seed oil, Glycerin, Gelatin, Water. 

What are some symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency?

Below are a few symptoms that may be linked to deficiency: 

- Fatigue and back pain 

- Low immunity 

- Depression 

- Bone Loss 

- Impaired wound healing 

- Hair loss

Can I take more than 1 soft gel a day?

We recommend (1) one 5,000 IU capsule per day. Taking more than that could potentially be harmful. 

Vitamin D is fat soluble and will be stored in the liver when taken in high quantities.We always recommend that customers consult with a doctor when taking a new product.

How do I know if I am deficient?

Some studies show that up to 50% of the US population may be deficient in Vitamin D. To be certain consult a healthcare professional to obtain blood work.

What types of foods contain Vitamin D?

Fatty fish, cod liver oil, mushrooms, cheese and egg yolks are examples of foods that contain Vitamin D

Where is the Vitamin D3 sourced?

It is extracted from Lanolin (The most cost effective and highest quality option available)

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