Vitamine D3 Liquide (Adulte)

AOR04193

Favorise l’absorption et l’utilisation du calcium et du phosphore

  • Vitamine D3 liquide, pratique pour tous âges
  • Soutient le système immunitaire
  • Compte-gouttes calibré offert pour une posologie précise
Absorbable
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Non-GMO
Sans Gluten
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La vitamine D est surtout connue pour son rôle dans l’absorption du calcium dans le système digestif et dans la formation des os. Elle a cependant de nombreuses autres actions, notamment l’équilibre de la fonction immunitaire et le soutien de l’humeur. La vitamine D est synthétisée par la peau à la suite d’une exposition aux rayons ultraviolets du soleil, mais de nombreuses personnes ne passent pas assez de temps à l’extérieur et deviennent carencées en cette vitamine essentielle. La carence en vitamine D a été associée à de nombreux problèmes de santé, notamment l’ostéoporose, le rachitisme, les maladies auto-immunes, le diabète, le cancer, le TAS (trouble affectif saisonnier), la douleur chronique et les infections fréquentes.

Les personnes âgées et les enfants, celles vivant dans des climats nordiques pendant l’hiver et les personnes atteintes de maladies chroniques ont géréralement besoin d’une supplémentation en vitamine D. La vitamine D3 est la forme la plus efficace de vitamine D supplémentaire (une forme moins absorbable par rapport à la vitamine D2). La vitamine D3 végétalienne  d’AOR provient du lichen biologique, ce qui en fait une formule adaptée aux végétaliens. Elle est mise en suspension dans une solution de triglycérides à chaîne moyenne pour une absorption maximale et a un goût neutre, ce qui la rend facile à prendre.

Avantage AOR

La vitamine D3 liquide d’AOR est disponible en deux formats : adulte et enfant, avec un compte-gouttes calibré pour une posologie précise. Elle est considérée comme étant sûre pour des personnes de tous âges (des nourrissons aux personnes âgées) et, par conséquent, l’on peut prendre jusqu’à 1000 UI par jour.

NPN

80014547

Discussion

La vitamine D3 végétalienne d’AOR™ provient d’une source durable de lichen. Elle est rapidement convertie dans l’organisme en sa forme d’hormone active 1,25-dihydroxycholécalciférol qui favorise le développement et le maintien des os, l’absorption et l’utilisation du calcium et du phosphore.

Certifie

AOR certifie que tous les ingrédients sont mentionnés sur l’étiquette. Ne contient ni blé, ni gluten, ni maïs, ni noix, ni arachide, ni graine de sésame, ni sulfite, ni moutarde, ni soja, ni produit laitier, ni œuf, ni poisson, ni mollusque, ni crustacé ou produit d’origine animale.

Posologie Adulte

Prendre six gouttes (0,2 ml) par jour avec de la nourriture, ou selon les recommandations d’un professionnel de la santé.

Mises en Garde

Aucun.

Disclaimer
The information and product descriptions appearing on this website are for information purposes only, and are not intended to provide or replace medical advice to individuals from a qualified health care professional. Consult with your physician if you have any health concerns, and before initiating any new diet, exercise, supplement, or other lifestyle changes.
Portion: 0,2 ml
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
1000 UI/25 mcg

Ingrédients non médicinaux : triglycérides à chaîne moyenne et huile d’olive.

The Need for SunshineUVB exposure to the skin epidermis produces vitamin D, which then undergoes hydroxylation (addition of OH or hydroxyl group) first in the liver and then in the kidneys to produce the active hormone 1, 25-dihydroxy vitamin D. Studies have shown that children in areas ranging from Madrid, Spain to Maine, New York were approximately 50% deficit in vitamin D in the winter months. Apart from those who live in equilateral regions, most people do not synthesize sufficient amounts of vitamin D. For instance, in Edmonton, which is 52N, vitamin D synthesis is impaired from October through to March. This problem is further accentuated by misinformation and inappropriate statements of avoiding sun and overuse of sunscreen by public health services. No doubt sun over exposure is associated strongly with skin cancer but too little vitamin D synthesis also has its own unique health problems.Multiple PurposesVitamin D deficiencies have been associated with increased cardiovascular disorders, auto-immune diseases and cellular dysfunctions. Low Vitamin D is associated with chronic pain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), poor immunity, mood disorders and even an increased risk of mortality by all causes. Studies also suggest that vitamin D has important immunological and antibacterial effects, and may be important for preventing infections and even the common cold.Pregnancy & InfantsVitamin D supplementation is also important during pregnancy and at very young ages, as inadequate vitamin D levels early in life have been associated with an increased risk of autoimmune disorders later in life. There may also be a link between vitamin D and autism, as autism is much more prevalent in areas of low sunlight. Vitamin D has also been shown to play a role in immunity, and may help to prevent placental infections during pregnancy.Bone Health for ChildrenThe most well-known role of vitamin D is its involvement in maintaining healthy bones. In children, vitamin D is essential for the proper growth and development of bones, and deficiency can result in rickets. Vitamin D is critical for bone health because it is required for the efficient utilization of dietary calcium. If vitamin D levels are too low, the body will begin to break down the bones to access calcium stores. Research has shown that vitamin D supplementation early in life leads to higher bone mineral density (BMD) at 7-9 years of age, and that adolescents with low vitamin D levels have lower BMD.Bone Health for Adults1, 25(OH) D is responsible for not only the bone development and growth in children and maintenance of bone in adults, but also for the prevention of osteoporosis and fractures in the elderly. In adults, supplementation with 800 IU of vitamin D has been linked to a 26% reduction of hip fractures and a 23% reduction in non-vertebral fractures. In adults and older individuals, vitamin D deficiency results in osteomalacia (a softening of the bones), a condition characterized by inadequate bone mineralization. Vitamin D is essential for the efficient utilization of dietary calcium. Blood calcium levels are tightly regulated. In a vitamin D deficient state, the amount of calcium absorbed is inadequate to satisfy the body’s requirement, this causes the body to release the hormone PTH (parathyroid hormone) which activates the cells (osteoclasts) to breakdown the bone to get the much needed calcium. This results in osteopenia and osteoporosis.Additionally, PTH causes the kidneys to excrete phosphate and the overall net result is a decrease in calcium phosphate, the major mineral required for mineralizing bone. The bone building cells-osteoblasts continue to deposit collagen matrix, resulting in rubbery matrix which expands upon hydration and causes pressure and a low grade unrelenting pain often misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia.D Deficiency & PainOne study found low levels of vitamin D in one in four patients who suffer from chronic pain. Patients with inadequate levels of vitamin D required nearly twice the dose of morphine that was used by patients with normal levels, and the vitamin D deficiency group used morphine for an average of 71.1 months compared to 43.8 months for non-deficient patients. These results led the researchers to hypothesize that while vitamin D deficiency is not the principle cause of chronic pain, it may be a contributing factor, and one that can be alleviated by supplementation.Muscular FunctionVitamin D is also important in the function of muscles. Research has shown that young girls (12-14 years old) with higher vitamin D levels demonstrate greater muscle power than those with lower levels. Muscle weakness, pain and changes in gait have been described in vitamin D insufficiency. This may be the reason that the elderly have more falls and consequently increased fracture rates.

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