Supreme D3 spray
Vegan | Sugar Free | Gluten free | Organically bound ingredients
|Active substance:||Quantity Mg / 1 dose
700 Mg (5 sprays)
|Vitamin D3||100 mcg (4000 NE)||2000 %|
*NRV: Recommended daily intake for adults.
Ingredients: treated water, plant origin cholecalciferol (bulking agents: acacia gum, maize starch, releasing agents: silicon dioxide, MCT from coconut oil, antioxidant substances: sodium ascorbate, DL-α-tocopherol), orange aroma, preservatives: citric acid, zinc-gluconate, sweetener: sucralose.
Vitamin D contributes to the normal operation of the immune system.
Recommended daily allowance for adults: daily 5 sprays at once or in distributed doses.
Shake well before using!
Do not exceed the recommended daily allowance! The food supplement is not meant to replace a mixed diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Below a temperature of 25 oC, in a dry and cool place, keep it out of the reach of children.
Vitamin D contributes to:
- healthy bones and muscle function, as well as
- to maintain normal dentition,
- for the normal functioning of the immune system,
- for the normal absorption of calcium and phosphorus and
- to maintain normal blood calcium levels,
- and plays a role in cell division.
Cholecalciferol, also known as vitamin D3, is twice as effective at increasing blood levels of vitamin D as vitamin D2, ergocalciferol.
Vitamin D has many important functions. Perhaps most importantly, it regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphorus and promotes the normal functioning of the immune system.
Adequate amounts of vitamin D are important for normal growth and development of bones and teeth. Vitamin D may play a role in reducing the risk of multiple sclerosis, reducing the chance of developing heart disease and the likelihood of developing the flu.
Based on the first nationwide representative vitamin D level measurement research conducted by the research group of the Internal Medicine Clinic No. 1 of the Semmelweis University at the end of winter 2013, 94% of the Hungarian population does not reach an acceptable vitamin D value of 75 nmol/l . 71% of the entire adult population (3 out of 4 Hungarians) had a vitamin D level below 50 nmol/l, which corresponds to vitamin D deficiency.