Vitamin D3 Drops with 2500 IU
With Vitamin D3 Drops, it is particularly easy to cover one's daily vitamin D requirement. They are ideal primarily for those who do not wish to take capsules. With the vitamin D3 drops you can adapt the intake to your individual needs at any time.
Vitamin D3 Drops contain nothing but vitamin D3 made from lanolin to a pharmaceutically pure standard. Medium Chain Triglycerides from coconut oil is used as a base to ensure optimum bioavailability and stability. The vitamin D3 drops are guaranteed to be free from palm oil and other undesirable additives.
Experts recommend maintaining a vitamin D level of 50-60 ng/ml in the blood to take full advantage of the many benefits that vitamin D offers for health. But especially in the months when there is less sunlight, it is almost impossible in some latitudes to generate enough vitamin D3 by sun exposure.
Unfortunately, studies have proven that going for a winter walk is not enough. North of the 42nd parallel (above Rome), the sun is simply too low in the winter months to allow enough UVB rays to pass through that would be necessary to produce vitamin D.
During the summer months, a person with fair skin with direct sunlight (in swimwear, without sun protection) produces around 10,000 IU in 10 to 20 minutes at lunchtime (depending on the skin type). Depending on the pigmentation, people with dark skin produce less.
Three sunbaths a week are enough to be optimally supplied with vitamin D. The vitamin D stores replenished in summer last about 2 months. After that, the body relies on food or supplements.
Most people use a sunscreen with a high protection factor in the summer. But sun protection factor 8 already blocks the formation of vitamin D in the skin by up to 95%.
No wonder a large part of the population in Europe suffers from chronic vitamin D deficiency, not only in winter but also in summertime.
Vitamin D is mainly found in oily fish, liver oil, offal, and in small amounts in milk, eggs, and butter. However, the consumption of milk, eggs, or butter, which is most commonly known for vitamin D intake, is too low to be able to ingest sufficient amounts of vitamin D through food.
According to a study by the University of Oxford, gene receptors all over the body need enough vitamin D for gene expression (conversion of the genetic information) to function normally.
A lack of vitamin D can, therefore, lead to serious illnesses. The reason why vitamin D is the key to our health is in our genes.
The effects of a vitamin D deficiency can be clearly seen from what vitamin D is responsible for in our body:
Anyone who regularly takes high doses of Vitamin D as nutritional supplement has an increased need for Vitamin K2. Because of the intake of Vitamin D, increased amounts of calcium will be taken out of the food by the intestine. At the same time, the body increasingly produces Gla proteins, which have the task of transporting calcium in the body.
Gla proteins can only be activated by vitamin K2. When activated, calcium is bound to the proteins and transported to the bones and teeth, where it is incorporated.
At the same time, Vitamin K2 prevents calcium from being stored in those places where it is not desired, such as for example, in the arteries. Vitamin K2 thus prevents arteriosclerosis and at the same time, ensures strong bones, since it is vital for the storage of calcium in the bones.
Vitamin D3 and K2 work closely together to strengthen the bones and promote heart and artery health.
Therefore we recommend to everyone who regularly takes high doses of Vitamin D3 in the form of capsules or drops, to take an additional 200 mcg Vitamin K2 per day.
Here you can find more info about how to combine vitamin D and vitamin K.
Because each person has a different Vitamin D requirement, we recommend to all people, who take more than 5,000 IU Vitamin D3 (2 drops) daily on a regular basis, to have the 25(OH)D value tested every 3 months. This is the only way to guarantee that neither too little nor too much Vitamin D is supplemented.
30 ml (
Price per kg/l
£1,263.33 / 1L
Take 1 drop every 3 days or adjust the daily intake according to your current vitamin D requirement.
Storage: Store the product in a cool, dark place.
Important note: Since every person has a different vitamin D requirement, we recommend having the intake of 5000 IU (2 drops) or more per day to have the 25 (OH) D value in the blood determined every 3 months at the beginning. Like this you can check whether the vitamin D level already is in the optimal range or the dosage should be adjusted.
Since vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 regulate calcium metabolism, they should always be taken together. Calcium is stored in the bones and not deposited in the arteries.
Each drop contains:
Medium Chain Triglycerides from Coconut Oil, Vitamin D3 Oil (Cholecalciferol) from Lanolin
Guaranteed pure and free from additives:
Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Keep out of reach of children. The information provided is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professionals. It is not a statement on healing or a recommendation for self-medication.
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