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1. can taking vitamin D3 have side effects?
Many people are in the sun a lot in the summer. This enables the human organism to produce vitamin D3 itself. However, more and more people suffer from a vitamin D3 deficiency. The reason for this is the darker seasons and leaving work later and later. As a result, less and less vitamin D3 is absorbed. However, vitamin D3 can be supplemented in the form of food supplements. Many people wonder whether side effects can occur when taking vitamin D3. If the human organism absorbs a little too much vitamin D3, the excess can be excreted through the urine. The body only uses the amounts it really needs. If vitamin D3 is taken in very high doses over a longer period of time, an increased calcium level can develop. This can lead to acute nausea, abdominal cramps and vomiting. For this reason, one should always pay attention to the exact dose.
What does vitamin D3 do in the human organism?
Vitamin D is responsible for many different tasks in the body. The main task of the sun vitamin is to maintain healthy bones. Vitamin D not only promotes the formation of bone stem cells, but is also important for mineralisation. In this process, the vitamin also requires calcium. Calcium is absorbed in the intestine, after which it is incorporated into the bones. Thus the bones become hard and strong. Furthermore, vitamin D3 reduces vascular diseases, strengthens muscles and protects against rickets.
What is the daily requirement of vitamin D3?
The German Society for Nutrition recommends a daily amount of vitamin D3 of 4000 IU for an adult. However, it should always be noted that height, gender and body weight play a major role in this. Age is particularly important, as the daily content is significantly lower in children and infants. In pregnant and breastfeeding women, the daily amount of vitamin D3 increases significantly again.
4. vitamin D3 in the form of food supplements
If you want to increase a vitamin level that is too low with a food supplement, you should definitely pay attention to the form of the active ingredient and its origin. Dietary supplements in the form of capsules are particularly suitable for increasing vitamin levels. They are very well tolerated and are utilized by the body to a high degree. Likewise, the preparation should not contain any chemical additives such as microcrystalline cellulose. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
Vitamineule® Vitamin D3 Capsules
In our online shop you will find our vitamin D3 capsules from Vitamineule®, which are completely free of artificial additives. Vitamineule® Vitamin D3 capsules contain 30.000 i.E. cholecalciferol from lichen per capsule. Each can contains 90 caps ules.In addition to fast & free shipping, we offer a voluntary six-month return guarantee on all products.
5. conclusion: Can taking vitamin D3 cause side effects?
Taking vitamin D3 in normal amounts does not cause any side effects. Only an excess of vitamin D3 over a long period of time can trigger high calcium levels. This can cause symptoms such as vomiting and abdominal cramps. For this reason, one should always stick to the recommended daily amount. Vitamin D3 can be supplemented in the form of vitamin D3 capsules and vitamin D3 tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly.
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