네이쳐메이드 비타민-D3 1000 iu x 650 Soft gel
vitamin D3 1000 iu x 650 soft gel Nature Made
Maintaining healthy levels of vitamin D in your body has been shown to be an important part of your overall health. Nature Made® Vitamin D3 1000 IU softgels are made of vitamin D3, the body’s preferred form of vitamin D.†
•Supports bone, teeth, muscle and immune health.†
•Aids in calcium absorption in the body.†
•#1 Pharmacist recommended Letter Vitamin Brand†
비타민-D 는 칼슘의 체내흡수 를 도와주기 때문에 칼슘을 드실때는
반드시 비타민-D 와 함께 드셔야만 합니다.
*비타민-D 는 또한 칼슘 및 인 의 혈중농도를 조절 유지하여 주는 기능을 합니다.
*비타민-D 는 면역력 을 증강시켜주는 기능이 있습니다
*흡수가 잘되도록 연질캡슐 포장 입니다
What is vitamin D and what does it do?
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in very few foods and added to others through fortification. It is also available as a dietary supplement. Vitamin D2, or ergocalciferol, is plant-derived, while vitamin D3, cholecalciferol, is animal-derived. Vitamin D is also produced endogenously when ultraviolet rays from sunlight strike the skin and trigger vitamin D synthesis.1 The skin synthesis is reduced by clothing, sunscreen, air pollution, older age, darker skin pigmentation, being indoors, winter season, and higher latitude. Vitamin D3 is the preferred form because it is more effective at raising and maintaining adequate levels of circulating vitamin D in the body.2 †
As scientific research into vitamin D matures, the ubiquity of its influence and breadth of its importance is becoming realized. To date, strong evidence supports vitamin D’s role in bone, teeth, muscle and immune health. Vitamin D supports strong bones and teeth by aiding in calcium absorption from food and supplements, helping to regulate calcium and phosphorus homeostasis, and regulating bone remodeling processes.1 ,3 Vitamin D deficiency leads to bone deformation and softening, manifested as rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. Along with calcium, vitamin D is needed for normal bone mineralization processes, and insufficient intake of these nutrients increases one’s risk for thin, brittle bones (osteoporosis), falls and fractures.1 ,3 Additionally, normal neuromuscular function requires vitamin D, and our immune system cells need vitamin D to effectively perform their intended function. Vitamin D receptors have been discovered in cells and tissues throughout the body and emerging research on its extraskeletal role is being investigated.†
How much vitamin D should I take?
It is common for many healthcare providers to recommend 1,000-5,000 IU of vitamin D per day for general health.4 A primary healthcare provider can perform a simple blood test to assess serum 25hydroxyvitamin D levels to determine your vitamin D status and subsequently recommend a vitamin D supplement regimen to help you achieve and maintain healthy serum vitamin D levels. Nationally representative data demonstrates that many Americans are not consuming adequate vitamin D, and a significant number of Americans have vitamin D serum levels that are insufficient or deficient.5