D3 Vitamin Family Veggunn

D3 Vitamin Family Veggunn

Vitamin D3 liquid, sublingual, without preservatives: essential and safe for the whole family. This vitamin is vital for strengthening the immune system, preventing cognitive deterioration and preventing bone and muscle demineralization.

30 mL.
Take 1 mL per day (20 mcg / 800 ui).
Recommended dose for an adult.

Consult us the doses for each family member: veggunn@veggunn.com

 

 

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If you are vegetarian, vegan or on the way to be, because you eat little meat, this is the best vitamin D3 for you and your family.

Vitamin D3 is essential because it is involved in the development of the immune system, limits the cognitive deterioration and progression of neurodegenerative diseases and helps the absorption of calcium that will promote the development and maintenance of bones, teeth and muscles.

Vitamin D is a vitamin that our body can obtain through sufficient sun exposure. Due to our lifestyle in which we expose our skin to the sun with little regularity, because we cover it with clothes or sunscreens, there are low levels of Vitamin D in population’s blood even in countries with many hours of sunshine. Therefore, some countries have practices such as supplementation or fortification of foods with this vitamin within their public health policies.

A low status of Vitamin D is associated with increased depression, infections, increased number of cardiovascular accidents and poorer bone health. The health condition is not only seen in diagnosed deficits, but in subclinical levels (with a low Vitamin D blood status) a worse state of health is already observed. This is because the function of Vitamin D in our body is of crucial importance from the hormonal point of view.

In the last decade, we have observed how Vitamin D supplementation improves the symptomatology of some infectious, cardiovascular and neurological pathologies, being also a safe and studied way of supplementation.
The main dietary source of pro-Vitamin D corresponds to fish and dairy, the exposure to sunlight being necessary for its synthesis. Otherwise, supplementation is highly recommended. When it is ingested, it is absorbed mainly in the duodenum and the ileum together with fats, being necessary the presence of bile acids.

The safest and most effective form of this vitamin to cover your needs is in the form of cholecalciferol. To optimize its absorption, vitamin D3 should be in a fatty medium, so that vitamin D3 Family Veggunn is contained in olive oil, which is the healthiest lipid. The source of vitamin D3 Family Veggunn is natural, coming from lichens and with no animal origin, as it is derived from vitamin D2 present in plant tissues. In addition, it does not contain preservatives or added sugars, it is gluten-free and lactose-free.

TIPS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

TIPS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Supplementation is recommended:
• If you have little sun exposure.
• Starting at age 50 because there are fewer vitamin D receptors in the skin.
• You have diabetes, since vitamin D is essential for the production and secretion of insulin, or even problems of overweight or obesity.
• If you have Krohn’s disease, celiac disease, or other problems that hinder the digestion of food
• If you are a smoker.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
It is preferable to consume it with other nutrients cofactors of vitamin D, for better absorption: magnesium, boron, vitamin K, zinc and vitamin A.

SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT

SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT

  • Ambroszkiewicz, J., Klemarczyk, W., Gajewska, J., Chełchowska, M., Strucińska, M., Ołtarzewski, M., & Laskowska-Klita, T. (2009). [Effect of vitamin D supplementation on serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and bone turnover markers concentrations in vegetarian children]. Medycyna Wieku Rozwojowego, 13(1), 34-39.Watanabe, F., Takenaka, S., Kittaka-Katsura, H., Ebara, S., & Miyamoto, E. (2002). Characterization and bioavailability of vitamin B12-compounds from edible algae. Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology, 48(5), 325-331.
  • Baig, J. A., Sheikh, S. A., Islam, I., & Kumar, M. (2013). Vitamin D status among vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad: JAMC, 25(1-2), 152-155. Saber más.
  • Gouni-Berthold, I., Krone, W., & Berthold, H. K. (2009). Vitamin D and cardiovascular disease. Current Vascular Pharmacology, 7(3), 414-422. Saber más.
  • Ho-Pham, L. T., Vu, B. Q., Lai, T. Q., Nguyen, N. D., & Nguyen, T. V. (2012). Vegetarianism, bone loss, fracture and vitamin D: a longitudinal study in Asian vegans and non-vegans. Saber más.
  • 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. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 66(1), 75-82. 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 the substantiation of a health claim related to vitamin D and contribution to the normal function of the immune system. Saber más.
  • Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of a health claim related to vitamin D and risk of falling. Saber más.