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A vitamin D3 deficiency is one of the most common deficiency symptoms that occur in Germany. The body can produce the fat-soluble vitamin itself if enough sunlight falls on the skin. The body can increase its own production of vitamin D3 through the UV rays in sunlight. Many people stay in dark rooms during the day or cannot absorb enough sunlight in the winter months to cover their vitamin D3 requirements in the long term. In this blog post you will learn how to detect and correct a vitamin D3 deficiency.
What is the difference between vitamin D and vitamin D3?
Vitamin D does not exist strictly speaking. There are different forms such as vitamin D1, D2, D3, D4 and D5. In most cases, vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is meant. It is the natural form of vitamin D that the body produces itself. The remaining D vitamins are artificially produced and are usually not permitted in Germany. Anyone suffering from a vitamin D deficiency should therefore focus on vitamin D3.
2 How does a vitamin D3 deficiency develop?
People who are permanently indoors and only rarely come into contact with the sun during the day are more likely to have low vitamin D3 levels. However, the body can also absorb vitamin D3 through food. However, those who Neither exposing his skin to the sun nor eating foods containing vitamin D3 can quickly slip into an area where vitamin D3 deficiency is reported.
3. symptoms & effects of vitamin D3 deficiency
Symptoms of a vitamin D3 deficiency can include increased susceptibility to infection, muscle pain or frequent illnesses. A chronic vitamin D3 deficiency can manifest itself in permanent exhaustion and reduced performance. Also can include poor wound healing, increased calcium levels and hair loss.
4. how can I cover my vitamin D3 requirements through my diet?
Animal foods contain particularly high levels of vitamin D3. These include above all fatty sea fish such as salmon, herring and mackerel. Eggs, butter, margarine and milk also contain moderate amounts of vitamin D3. Those looking for a vegetable source of vitamin D3 will find moderate amounts in avocados and mushrooms.
5 How can I correctly determine a vitamin D3 deficiency?
If a vitamin D3 deficiency is suspected, you should consult a doctor. They can determine whether you have a vitamin D3 deficiency based on your symptoms. We recommend several D3 tests over a fixed period of time to rule out acute fluctuations. A single test often represents only a snapshot of the vitamin D3 content in the body and can be made more precise by repeating it.
6. cover vitamin D3 requirements with vitamin D3 capsules, tablets or drops?
Anyone who wants to eliminate a vitamin D3 deficiency quickly and effectively is often advised to take a dietary supplement. There are several forms of intake. Vitamin D3 tablets offer a quick way to reduce the D3 level but they always contain a large number of additives such as microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate or silicon dioxide. Vitamin D3 drops can be dosed more easily and are suitable for people who do not like large Swallow tablets. However, they also contain carriers and preservatives to increase the shelf life. If you want to do without additives completely, vitamin D3 capsules are a must. A vegetable cellulose shell allows it to dispense with a large number of additives. In addition, cellulose capsules are easier to swallow than tablets because the surface glides much better. Anyone buying a food supplement should also make sure that the raw material was produced from plants. Many vitamin D3 preparations contain lanolin, which is extracted from sheepskin. The better alternative is the production from lichens.
Vitamineule® Vitamin D3 capsules
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Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for the human body. People who take up little sunlight are particularly often affected by a vitamin D3 deficiency. Since vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin, the body to create a depot and use it in the long term. Due to this effect, even larger amounts of vitamin D3 can be processed and stored in a short time. Anyone suffering from a vitamin D3 deficiency can be affected by symptoms such as exhaustion or a drop in performance.
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