Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. The use of this food supplement should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of children. Keep in a cool, dry place and away from light. It is recommended to pregnant and breastfeeding women to consult a health professional before any supplementation.
Natural vitamin D3 Cholecalciferol
Vitamin D is an essential substance for the body
It behaves like a hormone and multiplies its physiological effects. There are several variants of vitamin D, but the best known are vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and D3 (cholecalciferol). Vitamin D2 is found mainly in plants and vitamin D3 is mainly of animal origin
with the exception of the one we propose which comes from lichen
The natural vitamin D3 most often proposed to vegetarians comes from lanolin (sheep's wool) which sometimes makes them reluctant to consume it.
The lichen we have selected grows wild in Canada, Scandinavia and Ireland. The species is not endangered and harvesting takes place seasonally. This natural vitamin D3 comes in the form of a fine white powder with a pleasant taste
Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for Vitamin D
0 to 1 year old
400 IU*** ΜG
10 µg*** from
from 1 year to 70 years
over 70 years old
Pregnant and breastfeeding women
73 French experts who, with the support of 6 learned societies, published an article in January 2021 in 'La Revue du praticien'. "In the absence of major risks associated with supplementation at an appropriate dose and given that about half of the general French population has hypovitaminosis D, there is now every reason to supplement with vitamin D throughout the year for people at risk of hypovitaminosis D (i.e. people aged 80 and over, or sick, or frail, or dependent, or obese, or living in EHPAD), and the general population during thewinter periodthey write The goal is for the majority of the general population to achieve a serum 25(OH)D concentration between 20 and 60 ng/mL "
Despite the lack of strong interventional data at this timedespite the lack of strong interventional data at this time, preliminary results from the Koronastudien.no study in Norway showing that regular consumers of cod liver oil are at lower risk of SARS-CoV-2infection15 suggest that vitamin D supplementation may help prevent Covid-19. These observational data do not prove the imputability of low 25(OH)D concentration on an individual's risk of developing Covid-19, but the known positive effects of vitamin D on the immune system raise the hypothesis that individuals with satisfactory vitamin D status are better equipped to avoid developing the disease.
Published in January by www.larevuedupraticien.fr
What does vitamin D do in the body? Vitamin D belongs to the category of fat-soluble vitamins. It is synthesized in the skin under the effect of the sun's UV rays. It is also provided by food, mainly by fatty fish (cod liver, herring, mackerel), offal, butter, egg yolk, whole milk. It plays an essential role in the process of calcium and phosphorus absorption by the intestine and favors the consolidation of bones and the good mineralization of teeth.