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Vitamin D3 is involved in just about everything from immunity to brain function and plays a huge role in our holistic well-being. The health risks that may be associated with Vitamin D deficiency are





Vitamin D is one of the most important micronutrients when it comes to our health. It’s involved in just about everything from immunity to brain function and plays a huge role in our holistic well-being.

Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble vitamins (Vitamin D3 – one of the most important compounds in this group) responsible for increasing intestinal absorption of calcium, magnesium, and phosphate, and many other biological effects.

The form of vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is important for :

  • supporting the proper functioning of the body
  • it helps in the proper functioning of the immune system
  • increase immune function and a lower risk of certain types of cancer
  • helps maintain healthy, strong bones & teeth
  • helps in the proper functioning of the muscles
  • helps to maintain the proper level of calcium in the blood
  • it takes part in the process of cell division / helps support healthy cell replication and may play a role in protecting against the development of autoimmune conditions
  • adequate levels of Vitamin D3 lower your risk of testing positive for viruses and bacterial infections (e.g. reduce your risk for respiratory infections)
  • helps prevent prolonged or excessive inflammatory responses
  • helps in the proper absorption / utilization of calcium and phosphorus
  • helps improve weight control
  • enhance brain function
  • promotes cardiovascular health
  • helps regulate blood pressure, cholesterol levels and inflammation
  • helps manage blood sugar levels and works with calcium to regulate insulin secretion
  • may help prevent depression and mood disorders, especially during the winter

Some of the potential health risks that may be associated with Vitamin D deficiency:

  • Weakened bones — a deficiency in Vitamin D can result in the softening of your bones, which is called osteomalacia, or a bone abnormality called rickets. Additionally, a deficiency increases your risk of developing osteoporosis and experiencing fractures or broken bones. This is an especially big risk among older adults
  • Oral Issues – Vitamin K2  along with Vitamin D moves calcium out of soft tissue and your bloodstream and into your teeth and bones. This won’t be happening in case of Vitamin D deficiency
  • Hormone imbalances — low levels of Vitamin D can interfere with proper testosterone levels and estrogen production, leading to imbalances that can result in many unwanted symptoms
  • Vulnerability to infections and viruses — low levels of Vitamin D have been linked with higher incidence of some serious infections, especially those that affect the lungs and respiratory system
  • Autoimmune Disease – Vitamin D deficiency is correlated with increased risks of developing autoimmune diseases, diabetes, hypertension and various infectious diseases
  • Cardiovascular disease – a growing number of health conditions, such as heart disease, arteriosclerosis or high blood pressure
  • Mood disorders — Vitamin D plays an important role in proper brain function – deficiency of Vitamin D has been linked to an increased risk for mood disorders, including depression, seasonal affective disorder and severe mood problems experienced during PMS, insomnia and anxiety
  • Cognitive or mental health problems  — low levels of vitamin D may show poorer performance on exams, poorer decision-making skills or difficulty with tasks that require focus and attention; in some cases an increased risk of developing schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis
  • Vulnerability to some cancers — Vitamin D deficiency symptoms have been correlated with increased risks for cancer development, especially breast, colon, ovarian and prostate cancers
  • Other: autoimmune disorders – include of course skin disorders, Bone disorders (incl. Rickets),  Influenza, Obesity, Osteoporosis, Gout, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Crohn’s Disease (reduced absorption of fats), Celiac Disease, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Liver and Kidney diseases are the reason for the decrease in the synthesis of the metabolite vitamin D, Lactose intolerance and many more …

Ingredients: safflower oil, cholecalciferol from lanolin (Vitamin D3 (4000 IU)), collagen, glycerol (humectant)

Daily dose (1 capsule) includes: Vitamin D ( Vit. D3) 100 µg (4000 IU)

Serving size: 1 capsule

Serving container: 60 days servings

Net content: 60 soft capsules

Dosage: 1 capsule a day with food or just after a meal. Vitamin D is an oil-soluble vitamin and should be taken with a quality oil product (like avocado) for effective absorption. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day.

Storage conditions: Store in a cool, dry place at room temperature. Protect from light. Please close the lid tight after each use.

Warning: If you are nursing, pregnant, taking medication or have a medical condition, consult your physician before taking this product.

Keep out of reach of children. Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.

The product cannot be used as a substitute (replacement) for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Before taking Vitamin D3, it is recommended to perform a blood test for Vitamin D level 25(OH) and consult the result with a doctor.        

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