One of the questions we are asked the most is what the units following our enzyme products actually mean.
All the heralds of Autumn are now in evidence – scurrying acorn-burying squirrels, stunning golden forests and bonfire smoke on the breeze. But not all the seasonal changes are quite so welcome. The fading of the last of the summer rays can also bring a cacophony of sniffs, croaks and groans of discontent as the flu takes a grip on the throats, noses and chests of the population.
The tale of a prized and power giving powder derived from a fungus that grows out of a baby insect and is worth almost the price of gold, sounds more like a story from the Brothers Grimm than the development of a modern-day nutraceutical.
D vitamins are a group of fat-soluble hormones that come in several forms, the most notable being D2 and D3. D vitamins play a crucial role in facilitating the uptake of magnesium, calcium and phosphate in the gut; three minerals which aid in a plethora of biological functions such as the immune response, metabolism and bone density maintenance.