VITAMINE D3 LANOLINE 2000 UI
Food supplement traditionally indicated for the consolidation of bones and teeth and to optimise muscle function.
Warning: Last items in stock!
What is VITAMIN D3 LANOLINE?
VITAMIN D3 LANOLINE is composed of vitamin D3 lanolin (in this form, vitamin D3 has the best possible bioavailability, i.e. it is very well assimilated by the body) and rapeseed oil from organic farming. Vitamin D contributes to the good absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus for strong bones and teeth. Vitamin D also plays a role in the proper functioning of the muscles.
- Instructions of use
For children >10 years old and adults :
It is advisable to take 4 drops pure per day, on a solid or semi-liquid base (bread, compote, yoghurt, biscuit...) as a cure for 3 to 6 months.
For children under 10 years old:
It is advised to take 2 drops per day, pure or on a solid or semi-liquid support (bread, compote, yoghurt, biscuit...) in a 3 to 6 months cure.
Shake well before use.
- Precautions of use
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Store in a cool, dry place, away from light and heat.
- Do not substitute food supplements for a varied and balanced diet.
- Keep out of the reach of young children.
- Consult a health professional if taking a treatment containing vitamin D.
- Shake before use.
- To be taken as part of a healthy lifestyle.
For 2 drops
For 4 drops
500% / 1000%
* Nutritients Reference Values
Rapeseed oil (Brassica napus) from organic farming, cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3), antioxidant: D-L-alpha tocopherol acetate (100% natural Vitamin E).
This list of ingredients may be subject to change, please consult the packaging of the purchased product.
- More information
In a report made public, the French Academy of Medicine recommends a strong increase in daily vitamin D intake. According to it, nearly 80% of the western population and almost all elderly people are deficient in vitamin D.
The LABORATOIRE microequilibre has developed a highly concentrated lanolin-based vitamin D (2000 IU/day) in liquid form. According to Dr. Reinhold Vieth of Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, vitamin D3 in liquid form should be used because it is not certain that tablets or capsules dissolve properly. This would result in an inadequate dosage, as some of the vitamin is eliminated in the stool before it is metabolized.