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Vitamin D3 4000 I.U. plus
  • Vitamin D3 4000 I.U. plus

    A series of fat-soluble vitamins are summarised under the term vitamin D. Of these, especially cholecalciferol, more damiliar as D3, is considered to be a true multi-talent. Vitamin D is required notonly for the immune system, but also for cell division and for the bones, teeth and muscles.. Particularly elderly people, althletes as well as pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers and women during menopause benefit from supplementary doses of the solar vitamin,


    In Vitamin D3 4000 I.U. plus the vitamin is supplemented from lanolin with high-grade citrus flavonoids, vitamin C from acerola cherries and resveratrol from red grapes. Resveratrol, in= particular, plays a key role here as it is able to influence the signal effect of the body's vitamin D receptors. This enable vitamin D to be absorbed better and its bioavailability to be improved.



    • Problem: Vitamin D provision

      The German Nutrition Association (DGE e. V.) recommends a daily provision of 20 ug of vitamin D for children, youngsters  and adults. If the vitamin cannot be produced by the body itself. People who rarely go outside, or the elderly whose skin is no longer able to form so much vitamin D, should have their levels of vitamin D checked regularly.

      Vitamin D can also be sourced via food. Esoecially sea fish, and also eggs and dairy products are good sources of vitamin D. Pregnant women,  those who actively do sport, the elderly and women during menopause have distinctly higher requirements. If these requirements cannot be covered by the sun or diet, supplements should be taken. These would ideally contain ingredients, which increase vitamin D by natural means, such as is the case by supplemeting resveratrol.

    • Useful combination

      Vitamin D3 4000 I.U. plus is supplemented by vitamin C, resveratrol and citrus flavonoids from natural sources and thus ensures optimum provision.

      Vitamin C from acerola cherries

      The vitamin C used by Dr. Wolz is sourced from acerola cherries which are chiefly native to South America. They are considered to be one of the fruits with the most abundant vitamin C on earth. As vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin, it cannot be stored by the body and so has to be sourced each day through food. Like vitamin D, vitamin C also contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.

      Flavonoids from citrus fruits

      Citrus flavanoids  are some of the phytochemicals which protect plants  from external environmental impacts. They also serve as natural dyes (e.g. anthocyanins) and also play a key role in human nutrition. The citrus flavonoids contained in Vitamin D3 4000 I.U, plus are mainly obtained from oranges and usefully supplement the vitamin D products.

      Special feature: Resveratrol

      Unlike many conventional vitamin D products,  Vitamin D3 4000 I.U. plus contains the phytochemical resveratrol, which is also well known from the  Mediterranean diet. As studies show , resveratrol can influence the signal effect of the vitamin D receptors in the organs, which mean absorption by the body can improve, Therefore the linkage between resveratrol and vitamin D3 is considered to be particularly effective. Vitamin D3 4000 I.U. plus contains 2 mg resveratrol in  each capsule, which equates to a glass of red wine,

    • Recommended dose:

      adults take a capsule with some liquid at a main meal every second day. If need be, the capsuke can be opened by pulling it apart and taken with food and drink.

      Gluten-free and no lactose, gelatine and dyes.

    • Ingredients

      Ingredients: acerola juice powder (43%), citrus flavonoids (16%) hydroxypropl methylcellulose, vitamin D3, grape peel extract containing resveratrol (11%)

    • How much vitamin D do people need?

      The aim should be to maintain a level of vitamin D of 30 and 50 ng/ml in the blood throughout the year, Howeverm studies also indicate that a higher dosage could be beneficial.

    • Who should take high-dosage vitamin D?

      • People who rarely go outside
      • Older people (from the age of 65 on up)
      • Immobilised people 
      • Women during menopause
      • Pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers
      • Athletes
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