My D3 is a Vitamin D3 liquid supplement (2000iu / 1 drop) with a natural orange taste. To support a healthy immune system and healthier bones and teeth.
- Highly absorbable
- Suitable for children
- With orange flavor
- Free from gluten, yeast, sweeteners, preservatives, dyes, or other chemical components
1) It is essential for absorption of calcium in the intestinal tract
2) It helps to reabsorb Calcium and Phosphorus in the body
3) It is necessary for the bone deposition of Calcium
4) By binding to a specific receptor, Vitamin D regulates the expression of many genes
5) Vitamin D is essential for the activation of white blood cells, so to strengthen the immune system.
Vitamin D is typically synthesized by the body when exposed to the sun exposure. Unfortunately, however, exposure should occur without sunscreen as it would shield the rays and block the production of vitamin D from the sun by 99 %. It is therefore rare to achieve sufficient Vitamin D levels in the blood to help the systems in the body, which is why we have created My D3.
Vitamin D3 has several functions:
- It contributes to the maintenance of the immune system
- It participates in the cell replication process, helping the body regenerate more easily
- It helps maintain an optimal state of bone and teeth health
- It is helpful to normal muscle function
- Vitamin D contributes to the normal absorption / use of Calcium and Phosphorus
- Vitamin D contributes to normal levels of calcium in the blood
FORMULA AND INGREDIENTS
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Take 1 drop a day from the dropper supplied in a glass of water or juice or according to your doctor's advice. Shake well before each administration. Store this product in a cool, dry place. This product does not contain any sugars or artificial sweeteners.
Do not exceed the recommended dose unless consulted by a physician. Food supplements do not replace a healthy and varied diet. For the use in pregnancy, during lactation or under the age of 12, a physician's opinion is advised. Keep out of the reach of children under 3 years of age. Store in a cool, dry place. This product does not contain any sugars or artificial sweeteners.
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