Research and Partnerships

Spray your way out of deficiency – A BetterYou Pilot Study

Spray your way out of deficiency – A BetterYou Pilot Study

Optimal levels of vitamin D are just a spray away, according to a study we recently carried out in conjunction with the NHS Vitamin D Testing service.

Public Health England advises vitamin D supplements for all

Public Health England advises vitamin D supplements for all

The advice, which sees the supplementation advice broaden from ‘at risk’ groups to everyone, is based on the recommendations of the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) following its review of the evidence on vitamin D and health.

BetterYou fund ground-breaking vitamin D research with the University of Sheffield

BetterYou fund ground-breaking vitamin D research with the University of Sheffield

We’re delighted to announce a new research partnership with the University of Sheffield looking into how vitamin D supplementation can reduce IBS symptoms.

New research has found that raising vitamin D levels could help reduce the mortality rates of those suffering with the most common cancer in women in the UK.

Optimal levels of vitamin D are just a spray away, according to a study we recently carried out in conjunction with the NHS Vitamin D Testing service.

We’re delighted to announce a new research partnership with the University of Sheffield looking into how vitamin D supplementation can reduce IBS symptoms.

A recent study suggested that taking a vitamin D supplement can help by reducing inflammation in the lungs and warding off viruses.

The advice, which sees the supplementation advice broaden from ‘at risk’ groups to everyone, is based on the recommendations of the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) following its review of the evidence on vitamin D and health.

Our award-winning DLux Vitamin D Oral Sprays could help those with chornic heart failure as vitamin D levels are linked with improved cardiovascular health.

Data from research surrounding vitamin D deficiency in infants and juniors is looking increasingly bleak with diagnosed cases of deficiency becoming commonplace amongst our children.

A recent study published by the BMJ Open Gastroenterology discovered a significant association between a patient’s vitamin D levels and the severity of their IBS symptoms.

Those over the age of 65 are deemed as an ‘at risk group’ for vitamin D deficiency, and recommended regular supplementation.

Less than one in fifty people are getting the amount of vitamin D their bodies’ need and the number of people showing signs of deficiency is growing.