Vitamin D3 is anti-rickety. The most important function of vitamin D is to regulate the metabolism of calcium and phosphate necessary for mineral formation and development of the skeleton.
Vitamin D3 is a natural form of vitamin D found in animals and humans. Compared to D2, vitamin D3 has superior properties by acting on the intestines, kidneys and bones. It plays an important role in the absorption of catechins and phosphate from the intestine, during bone calcium and mineral salts. It also regulates the renal excretion of calcium and phosphate. Calcium ion concentrations affect many biochemical processes to maintain muscle tone, neurotransmission and blood clotting. Vitamin D is involved in the functioning of the immune system to produce lymphocytes. Vitamin D deficiency and vitamin D-deficient vitamin D deficiency and sunburn in the developmental stage are responsible for childhood rickets, osteoporosis in adults, and gestation of congestive heart failure. Bones for babies Premenopausal women who experience osteoporosis due to hormonal changes also need to increase daily doses of vitamine D.
Vitamin D is a large part of the intestinal tract, which penetrates the fetus and breast milk. Vitamin D metabolizes in the liver and kidneys. Its half-life is about a few days and can last for a short time. Vitamin D is excreted in faeces and urine.
Vitamin D3 is involved in the process of drooping, which helps to promote height development, anti-rickets
+ Prevention of rickets in young children.
+ Calcium and vitamin D3 deficiency in pregnant women and lactating women.
+ Improve the shape of people are growing
+ Prevention of osteoporosis in middle-aged and elderly people.
+ Secondary anti-osteoporosis due to drugs, chemicals.