Vitamin D3, 4000 IU, 365 softgels, 250 ml bottle

Vitamin D3 from natural lanoline

Food supplement

Product from 100% natural primary products. All ingredients in the softgel are certified and safe.

Ingredients: Vitamin D (cholecalciferol from lanoline), virgin olive oil, capsule shell: beef gelatine, glycerol, water

Nutrients per serving (1 softgel): vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 100 μg (4000 IU) 2000% *NRV (*NRV – Nutrient Reference Value for adults)

Bottle contains 365 softgels

Recommended daily intake: 1 capsule per day with a meal. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

Safety precautions: Do not use in case of hypersensitivity. Product must not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
It is recommended that you test your 25(OH)D level and consult a doctor or pharmacist before use.

Storing conditions: Store in a cool and dry place out of the reach of children.

Capsule does not contain: sugar, iodine, casein,
lactose, alcohol, gluten, salt,
starch, wheat, corn, dairy, preservatives, or dyes, magnesium stearate, or similar chemical compounds, allergens, GMO products, Novel Food.
Odourless capsules.
Capsules and their content were not subject to irradiation. Neither the product, nor any of its ingredients contain forbidden substances.

Vitamin D: helps with correct absorption and usage of calcium and phosphorus, maintains proper functioning of muscles and the immune system, and partakes in the process of cell division.

Fat-soluble vitamins: according to the latest scientific studies, A, D, E, K should be supplemented in the following proportions (determined with regard to vitamin D3): vitamin D3 10000 I (250 μg), vitamin A 15000 IU (4600 μg), vitamin E 400-600 IU (268-402 mg), vitamin K2 MK-7 minimum 400 μg.

Vitamin D3 participates in metabolic processes and rate, its deficiency has a negative effect on health. The most important task of vitamin D3 is the proper level of bone and teeth mineralization as well as control of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin and, therefore, it is stored in the body.

Vitamin D3 regulates calcium-phosphorus metabolism. Its shortage can cause problems with musculoskeletal system like osteoporosis, osteomalacia, and rickets. Menopausal women are at the highest risk of osteoporosis, due to hormonal changes. Without vitamin D3, 2-month-old kids can develop rickets, which leads to serious growth disorders.
Our body can produce vitamin D3 if a sufficient dose of sunlight is getting to the skin (between 10 am and 2 pm); yet, it is less obtainable during winter.

There are two forms of vitamin D: D2 (ergocalciferol), vegan vitamin D, of plant-based origin can be found in yeast and vegetables. This form of vitamin D is poorly assimilable; D3 (cholecalciferol), of animal origin, can be found in fish oil, see fish, liver, eggs, dairy products. Sheep hair contains the highest concentration of vitamin D3, and that is where it is extracted from for diet supplement purposes (cholecalciferol from lanoline).