Blooms Vitamin D3 1000IU 60C
Blooms Vitamin D3 promotes calcium absorption which is essential for building and maintaining healthy bones. Vitamin D deficiency is common in Australia particularly in the age group where osteoporosis is a risk.
Vitamin D is required assists with the absorption of calcium. Stronger muscles and bones can help reduce the risk of falls in the elderly and reduce fractures.
Vitamin D3 is the most absorbable form of Vitamin D.
Blooms维他命D3钙片 1000IU 不含麸质、乳糖、人工色素、甜味剂和防腐剂。钙的吸收有利于治疗骨质疏松症，维持骨骼和牙齿的健康，增加对磷等重要矿物质的吸收。增强肌肉力量，有助于降低老人跌倒骨折的风险。维生素D3与血浆蛋白结合,不会轻易从体内排出。
Vitamin D is required for the regulation of the minerals calcium and phosphorus found in the body. This regulation plays an important role in maintaining the proper bone structure and healthy teeth. Vitamin D helps with calcium absorption; a diet deficient in calcium can lead to osteoporosis in later life. It has also been found that the occurrence of osteoarthritis is linked to low blood levels of Vitamin D. Supplementation of Vitamin D also leads to an increase in muscle strength thus helping to reduce falls in older people.
Vitamin D is mainly produced in our skin by a reaction that requires sunlight. Vitamin D is found in low levels in food thus requiring exposure to the sun to receive required amounts. There are two types of Vitamin D – Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Vitamin D2 is produced in plants and enters the body through diet. Vitamin D3 is thought to be more bioactive than Vitamin D2 and is used in Blooms Vitamin D3 1000IU. There is growing evidence to suggest that the required daily amount of Vitamin D required is 1000IU, the amount found in one capsule.
Recent research has found that Australians have low blood levels of Vitamin D. 23% of women are marginally deficient in Vitamin D while 80% of dark skin and veiled women have a marked deficiency. It is also reported that, the average estimated dietary intake of Vitamin D is ten times lower than recommended levels. A limit to exposure in sunlight has been thought to account for the reduction of Vitamin D.
Supplementation provides the required amount which is unattainable from diet alone and without the dangers of exposure to sunlight.
Adults - Take 1 capsule daily.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balance diet.
(per soft gel capsule)
Cholecalciferol 25mcg (1000IU)
No added gluten, yeast, milk derivatives, salt, lactose, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Vitamin D is contraindicated to those who have hypercalcemia and those with evidence of Vitamin D toxicity. Dosages of up to 60mcg rarely cause adverse effects; however, dosages of over 100mcg may cause hypercalcemia.
Pregnant and Breastfeeding
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not exceed the upper tolerable limit of 3200IU (80mcg).