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CAUSES OF VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY
Vitamins are the body's building blocks, and it is important to get enough of both A, B, C, D and E vitamins if your body is to function optimally. You can cover your daily vitamin needs with a varied diet and sunlight, but sometimes it can be difficult to get all the vitamins you need. With the health authorities' advice about six pieces of fruit or vegetables a day, fish several days a week and the like, it can be difficult to keep up. By consuming extra vitamins as a supplement to the diet, you are completely covered, and with Bidro's series of vitamins, which also contain royal jelly, you are guaranteed a natural quality product with lots of positive effects, and this is important for staying healthy and healthy and keep energy levels up throughout the day. The jungle of different vitamins and supplements can seem overwhelming and difficult to navigate, and some think it might not be that important after all – but it is. Vitamin A contributes to, among other things, cell renewal, which is, for example, important if you want healthy and normal skin, vitamin B ensures, among other things, the normal functioning of the nervous system, vitamin C stimulates the formation of collagen, which is important for skin, hair, teeth and bones, and vitamin D ensures a normal calcium content in the blood. In addition, there are plenty of other vitamins and minerals that are also important for a functioning body, including, for example, zinc, iron and iodine.
Many Danes suffer from a lack of vitamin D - especially in the winter months. Vitamin D is not a vitamin as such, but a hormone that the body itself produces when it is exposed to sunlight. Therefore, you can easily fall short in winter, when sunlight is limited. Vitamin D is very important for the body, as it has a central role in relation to our immune system and you therefore have a much greater risk of disease if you are deficient. Vitamin D has an influence on mood and energy level and therefore vitamin D deficiency can develop into stress and fatigue. It can also result in problems with your metabolism, which makes it more difficult to lose weight or maintain your weight, and you therefore also do not get the best out of your training if you exercise. If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, it is also important with vitamin D, as it promotes the absorption of calcium. Calcium is very important to absorb - especially when you are pregnant, as it builds up the baby's bones and teeth. It is recommended that you consume 5-10 micrograms of vitamin D daily.
Therefore, vitamin D deficiency is not good:
- Vitamin D contributes to a normal absorption/utilization of calcium and phosphorus
- Vitamin D contributes to a normal calcium content in the blood
- Vitamin D contributes to maintaining normal bones
- If you get enough vitamin D, it contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system
- Vitamin D maintains normal teeth
- Vitamin D maintains healthy muscle function
- Vitamin D maintains a normal metabolism
Pure vitamin D supplement
Fortunately, we have a number of completely natural products that can remedy the vitamin deficiency. You can ensure a sufficient level of vitamin D in your body by consuming the vitamin in its purest form. Our vitamin D3 capsules contain 38 micrograms of vitamin D per capsule. That is why we have chosen to add organic, cold-pressed olive oil to increase the absorption of the vitamin. The capsule can be both swallowed and chewed, and it has a natural orange flavor added.
FISH OIL AS A SOURCE
Another good source of vitamin D is fish oil, which in addition to vitamin D has many other useful properties. Our Arctic-D Cod Liver Oil is fish oil extracted from cod liver, which provides a supplement of 25 micrograms of vitamin D if you consume 5 milliliters daily. Our fish oil is produced from 100 percent cod liver - and only cod liver. The cheap fish oils are often full of waste substances, but you avoid that with this oil. Our Arctic-D Cod Liver Oil has added lemon flavor.