Vitamin D3 2000 I.J.

Vitamin D3 2000 I.J.

12.00

60 soft gel capsules x 200,05 mg

Caution: Keep out of the reach of small children. The recommended daily doses should not be exceeded. A dietary supplement is not a substitute or replacement for a balanced diet. It is important to adhere to a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Check with your doctor before using this product, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, have existing medical conditions, or are taking prescription medications

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Scientifically proven:

  1. In case of inflammatory bowel diseases – the action of vitamin D3 significantly reduces pain and improves quality of life (research conducted on 965 patients with inflammatory bowel diseases (Chron’s disease and ulcerative colitis) with an average age of 44 years over 5 years)1.
  2. Favorable effect on immunity – research shows that vitamin D3 in addition to having an important function in maintaining homeostasis and constant concentration of calcium and phosphate in plasma plays a very important role in modulation of innate and adaptive immune responses2.
  3. In osteoporosis – the action of vitamin D3 significantly reduces the risk of bone fractures3.

Literature

1Kabbani T.A., Koutroubakis I. E., Schoen R. E., Ramos-Rivers C., Shah N., Swoger J., Regueiro M., Barrie A., Schwartz M., Hashash J. G., Baidoo L., Dunn M. A., Binion D. G. (2016) Association of Vitamin D Level With Clinical Status in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A 5-Year Longituainal Study, Am J Gastroenterol advance online publication/2 Aranow C., (2011) Vitamin D and the Immune System, J Investig Med. 59(6): 881-886./3Hill T. R., Aspray T. J. (2016) The role of vitamin D in maintaining bone health in older people. Ther. Adv. Muscoulaoskelet. Dis 9(4)

INGREDIENTS

Flaxseed oil 200 mg, vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 50 μg (2,000 I.J.*)/other ingredients: gelatin (vegetable), glycerin, water

*P.U.% – 1,000%

SUGGESTED USE

1 capsule daily

vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is soluble in fat.

Recommended daily intake for healthy individuals: 600 I.U. per day.*

Maximum daily intake allowed: 4000 I.U. per day.*

*The above guidelines are according to European food and safety agency (EFSA).

DO YOU KNOW?

Vitamin D is in fact a hormone, but for historical reasons it is called a vitamin.

It has been detected in the UK due to an increased number of cases of rickets. Sir Edward Mellanby has come to the conclusion that rickets could be a disease caused by vitamin deficiency in the body. Since the English diet consisted mostly of oatmeal, Sir Mellanby decided to feed his dogs with oatmeal and kept them away from sunlight. The dogs developed rickets, and Sir Mellanby tried to cure rickets with cod liver oil. He wrongly assumed vitamin A was responsible for healing rickets, and Sir Collum later discovered it was a newly discovered factor he called vitamin D.