Content: 1 bottle of 30ML, with strawberry flavor
WITHOUT GLUTEN - WITHOUT LACTOSE
Other Ingredients: Water, potassium sorbate, citric acid
Recommended daily intake:
Children 0-12 months: 2 drops a day usually during a meal or according to the doctor's instructions.
Children 1-18 years: 3 drops a day, usually during a meal or according to the doctor's instructions.
Adults: 6 drops a day, usually during a meal or as directed by your doctor.
Vitamin D3 is produced on the skin by the effect of ultraviolet radiation (UVB 290-315nm). Its production on the skin accounts for about 80% of the total daily production, while the remaining 20% comes from the food.
The production of vitamin D in the skin is affected by many factors:
• Sun exposure
• The use of sunscreen (sunscreen with a protective index> 8 restricts up to 90% of the vitamin D composition)
• Clothing (covered body ends)
• The amount of melanin (the black tribe has lower levels of vitamin D)
• At the time of the year (significant fall in winter months)
• Latitude (the increase in latitude, ie from the equator to the poles, limits the vitamin D synthesis capacity)
• The age (the elderly have reduced production capacity)
• Obesity (vitamin D is absorbed by adipose tissue)
• Atmospheric pollution (especially in urban centers there is reduced UV radiation)
What causes vitamin D deficiency?
Reduced vitamin D intake leads to decreased absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the intestine resulting in decreased concentration in the body. In children this deficiency lead to rickets, while in adults it leads to muscle weakness, increased phosphorus discharge, tetany, osteomalacia and osteoporosis.
In Pregnant and in newborn babies it can lead to maternal bowel injuries during childbirth, fetal deformities, as well as weakness of the fetal teeth.
Rashitis is the bone disease that leads to poor growth with weak bones, delayed growth and immunodeficiency.
Osteomalacia is adult disease due to long-term deficiency of vitamin D. It is characterized by increased volume and decreased bone metallisation. Osteomalacia leads to significant bone loss in cortical tissue with increased risk of falls and fractures. Clinical symptoms are muscle weakness, walking difficulty and osteopenia.
About 6% of men and more than 20% of women over 50 are suffering from osteoporosis whereas 1 in 5 men and 1 in 3 women will suffer an osteoporotic fracture after the age of 50. Also, 75% of women who have osteoporosis do not know it. Vitamin D deficiency can lead newborns and young children for the rest of their lives at risk of developing Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetes, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Multiple Sclerosis & Bowel Infections because of poor immune system functioning.
Still, people with low levels of vitamin D can develop cancer of the pancreas, skin, endometrium, breast, prostate, rectum and intestine, or even lymphoma. In addition, low levels of vitamin D have been associated with risk factors for cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, myocardial infarction, cerebral congestion, heart failure, and diabetes mellitus.
Other Vitamin D Effects:
• It regulates the normal functioning of the immune system
• Adjusts blood pressure (renin reduction)
• Helps improve muscular function
• Affects the function of the CNS - positive action in patients with multiple sclerosis
• It acts on the intermediate metabolism - increase secretion of insulin
- Do not exceed the recommended daily allowance.
- Food supplements should not be used as substitutes for a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
- This product is not intended for the prevention, treatment or cure of a human disease. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, being treated or experiencing health problems.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
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