Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster
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Nano Rush Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense Bone and Immunity Booster

$29.99

The most effective form of delivery of Vitamin D3 is here. We use Nano Technology to deliver instant absorption of our supplement to your bloodstream. Bypassing the digestive tract and the loss that results from digestion, you now are able to get maximum results from a dietary supplement safely and effectively. 

Our Nano Technology allows for a much higher concentration of supplement absorption at a much lower dose. Nearly 90% of dietary supplements are lost during the digestive process. By entering the bloodstream immediately, only about 10% of the normal dose of supplement is needed! Better ingredients absorbed at a faster rate...

Why do you need our Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense spray? Let the information below explain how we are almost all deficient and now you have a solution. A Nano solution!

The Future: Nano Rush NanoSyzed Supplements that are better for you than "old school supplements"

Nano Vite Vitamin D3-Fense

Nano Vite Vitamin D3-fense spray is formulated using our innovative, NanoSyzed Partical Delivery System. Our proprietary process dramatically maintains the particle size of the ingredients found in nature, helping to increase absorption and make the nutrients more bioavailable. The smaller the particle size, the better the supplement is absorbed and used by the body.

This advanced science of Nanotechnology is now available in a natural formula, Nano Rush's Vitamin D3-fense. This NanoSyzed dietary supplement product is the new generation of natural vitamin products that provides all its benefits plus the highest level of activity, penetration into tissues, organs and cells and metabolic availability never before achievable by any former known technology.*

What does Vitamin D do?

Vitamins are chemicals that are needed by your body for good health. They are vital for everyone and ensure that your body works well, is able to fight illness and heal well.

The link between vitamin D and strong healthy bones was made many years ago when doctors realized that sunlight, which allows you to produce vitamin D, or taking cod liver oil, which contains vitamin D, helped to prevent a bone condition called rickets in children. Today, vitamin D is seen as a vital part of good health and it’s important not just for the health of your bones. Recent research is now showing that vitamin D may be important in preventing and treating a number of serious long term health problems.

Getting the right amount of vitamin D doesn’t depend on the foods you eat! Instead, getting the right amount depends on sun exposure and if you take a supplement with the right amount.

Vitamin D isn’t like most other vitamins. Your body can make its own vitamin D when you expose your skin to sunlight. But your body can’t make other vitamins. You need to get other vitamins from the foods you eat. For example, you need to get vitamin C from fruits and vegetables.

Also what makes vitamin D unique compared to other vitamins, is that when your body gets its vitamin D, it turns vitamin D into a hormone. This hormone is sometimes called "activated vitamin D" or "calcitriol."

Vitamin D is very important for strong bones. Calcium and phosphorus are essential for developing the structure and strength of your bones, and you need vitamin D to absorb these minerals. Even if you eat foods that contain a lot of calcium and phosphorus, without enough vitamin D, you can’t absorb them into your body. Vitamin D is important for general good health, and researchers now are discovering that vitamin D may be important for many other reasons outside of good bone health. Some of the functions of the body that vitamin D helps with include:

  • Immune system, which helps you to fight infection
  • Muscle function
  • Cardiovascular function, for a healthy heart and circulation
  • Respiratory system –for healthy lungs and airways
  • Brain development

If your body doesn’t get enough vitamin D to keep it healthy, this is called vitamin D deficiency. Severe vitamin D deficiency can sometimes cause a condition called rickets in children and a condition called osteomalacia in adults. Both of these conditions cause soft, thin, and brittle bones.

Your body gets vitamin D mainly from sunlight, though very small amounts can also be found in a few foods. You can also get vitamin D by taking supplements.

Your body gets vitamin D mainly from sunlight, though very small amounts can also be found in a few foods. You can also get vitamin D by taking supplements.

How does Vitamin D work?

Vitamin D manages calcium in your blood, bones and gut and helps cells all over your body to communicate properly.

When your skin is exposed to the sun, it produces vitamin D and sends it to your liver. If you take supplements or eat foods that contain vitamin D, your gut also sends the vitamin D to your liver. From here, your liver changes it to a substance called 25(OH)D. When your doctor talks about your vitamin D levels, he means the amount of 25(OH)D you have in your blood.

This chemical is sent all over your body where different tissues, including your kidney, turn it into activated vitamin D. This activated vitamin D is now ready to perform its duties. From here, it gets a little complicated, but you can think of activated vitamin D working in two ways:

- Manages calcium in your blood, bones and gut

- Helps cells all over your body to communicate properly

As you can see, vitamin D goes a long way from its original form from the skin, supplement or food. But without vitamin D, your body can’t perform at its best.

Education on Vitamin D's Importance to your body

The two main ways to get vitamin D are by exposing your bare skin to sunlight and by taking vitamin D supplements. You can’t get the right amount of vitamin D your body needs from food.

The most natural way to get vitamin D is by exposing your bare skin to sunlight (ultraviolet B rays). This can happen very quickly, particularly in the summer. You don’t need to tan or burn your skin to get vitamin D. You only need to expose your skin for around half the time it takes for your skin to turn pink and begin to burn. How much vitamin D is produced from sunlight depends on the time of day, where you live in the world and the color of your skin. The more skin you expose the more vitamin D is produced.

You can also get vitamin D by taking supplements. This is a good way to get vitamin D if you can’t get enough sunlight, or if you’re worried about exposing your skin. Vitamin D3 is the best kind of supplement to take. It comes in a number of different forms, such as tablets and capsules, but it doesn’t matter what form you take, or what time of the day you take it.

The Vitamin D Council recommends taking larger amounts of vitamin D each day than other organizations, because smaller amounts aren’t enough to give you what your body needs. Most people can take vitamin D supplements with no problems. However, if you have certain health problems or take certain medicines, you may need to take extra care.

Because there are only small amounts of vitamin D in food there are only two sure ways to get enough vitamin D:

  • Exposing your bare skin to sunlight to get ultraviolet B (UVB).
  • Taking vitamin D supplements.

    Vitamin D supplements

    • In the 21st century, it’s hard to get daily full body sun exposure. On the days that you can’t get enough sun exposure, taking a supplement is an effective way to get the vitamin D your body needs. It‘s also a good way to get vitamin D if you’re worried about exposing your skin to the sun.

    How much Vitamin D do I need to take?

    • Different organizations recommend different daily intakes. Here are the recommendations from some organizations in the United States:
    • Recommended daily intakes from various organizations:
    Vitamin D Council Endocrine Society Food and Nutrition Board
    Infants 1,000 IU/day 400-1,000 IU/day 400 IU/day
    Children 1,000 IU/day per 25lbs of body weight 600-1,000 IU/day 600 IU/day
    Adults 5,000 IU/day 1,500-2,000 IU/day 600 IU/day, 800 IU/day for seniors
    • The Food and Nutrition Board recommended daily intakes are the official recommendations by the United States government.

    What form of Vitamin D should I take and how should I take it?

    • Research shows that vitamin D3 is the better type of vitamin D compared to vitamin D2.
    • The Vitamin D Council recommends taking vitamin D3 rather than vitamin D2. Vitamin D3 is the type of vitamin D your body produces in response to sun exposure, while vitamin D2 is not. In the United States, most over-the-counter vitamin D supplements are D3, but check to make sure. Vitamin D2 is sometimes prescribed by doctors because that is what pharmacies have available. If your doctor prescribes you D2, ask them if you can take vitamin D3 instead.
    • Vitamin D3 supplements aren’t vegetarian and some part of the production in making them occur outside the United States. If you have ethical concerns with taking vitamin D3, then sun exposure is a good option and vitamin D2 can be an alternative.
    • Other than that, it doesn’t matter what form of vitamin D you take, whether it’s in a capsule, tablet or liquid drop. For most people, vitamin D is easily absorbed in the body and you don’t need to worry about what time of day you take it or whether you take it with meals.

    What if I’m having trouble absorbing Vitamin D supplements?

    • Take vitamin D under your tongue rather than swallowing it (sublingually)
    • Try relying on more sun exposure
    • Increase your intake. Be sure to test your vitamin D [25(OH)D] levels to make sure your new regimen is safe and effective. The Vitamin D Council recommends testing every 3-6 months if you’re trying different regimens.