Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3

The Sun Vitamin

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Vitamin D is also known as the sun vitamin. Although this vitamin can be produced by direct sunlight through the skin, the body's own synthesis decreases with age and can be negatively influenced by other factors. These include a possible deficiency due to frequent stays in closed rooms, as well as an inadequate supply via food. Vitamin D contributes to the normal function of the immune system, the calcium level in the blood, the maintenance of bones, muscle function and teeth.

Wheat germ oil is used as carrier oil. Filled in our proven and protective pharmacist's brown glass bottle with pipette for exact dosage.

Wheat germ oil, vitamin D3
Take 1 drop daily with a meal.
Nutrients

Per daily dose 
(1 Tropfen)

% NRV*
Vitamin D31000 I.E.25 μg

 * Recommended daily dose according to VO (EU) No. 1169/2011

No substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the indicated amount. To be taken. Keep out of reach of children. Suitable for diabetics.

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