Calcium + Vitamin D Veggunn

Calcium + Vitamin D Veggunn


Calcium + Vitamin D Veggunn is the best combination for your calcium needs, since it contains the precise amount of calcium and vitamin D, for optimal intestinal absorption.

Calcium is essential for your health for neuronal transmission and for the formation and strengthening of bones.

60 tablets.
Take 2 to 4 tablets a day during meals.
Recommended dose for an adult.
Consult us the doses for each family member:

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Composition: 126 mg of elemental Ca from calcium citrate. Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide and cultavit® (source of vitamin D).

If you are vegetarian, vegan or you are reducing the consumption of foods of animal origin, this is the best Calcium for you, for its design and its quality. It is important because it is involved in neuronal transmission and in the formation and strengthening of bones, preventing osteoporosis. The most effective contrasted form of Calcium to cover your needs is calcium citrate, as it is the safest and best absorbed form.

Calcium is a mineral that plays a fundamental role in our bone, dental, muscular and cardiovascular health. So its deficit would involve complications in these aspects. A low status of this mineral can facilitate the appearance of health complications in these functions.

In addition, it helps control blood pressure (HBP), blood clotting, it improves the functioning of digestive enzymes and, attenuates the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.



Its supplementation is recommended for:
• Premenopausal and postmenopausal women.
• People with a high protein intake.
• People with a diet high in sodium.

The recommended dose is 1 to 2 tablets a day.



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  • Michos, E. D., & Melamed, M. L. (2008). Vitamin D and cardiovascular disease risk. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 11(1), 7-12. Saber más.
  • Veldurthy, V., Wei, R., Oz, L., Dhawan, P., Jeon, Y. H., & Christakos, S. (2016). Vitamin D, calcium homeostasis and aging. Bone Research, 4, 16041. Saber más.

Otros estudios:

  • Scientific Opinion on health claims already evaluated. EFSA Journal. Saber más.
  • Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of a health claim related to vitamin D and contribution to the normal function of the immune system. EFSA Journal. Saber más.