Nervous and muscular system: Beneficial influence on the nervous and muscular systems is related to increased neuron regeneration and increased muscle strength. Vitamin D deficiency leads to myalgia and myopathy. There is a correlation between levels of vitamin D in the blood and sleep disorders. During pregnancy, a low vitamin D blood level may be responsible for acoustic disorders in newborn children.
Immunological system: Vitamin D3 may act as an immunomodulator, which may be considered as an antibacterial agent. It activates transcription of genes which code antibacterial peptides (natural antibiotics) – cathelicidin and β-defensin 2. Some research has revealed that vitamin D supplementation during childhood may result in a lower risk of type 1 diabetes. Higher levels of vitamin D3 in the blood may reduce the risk of SM (Sclerosis multiplex).
Cardiovascular system: Vitamin D regulates the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system. For this reason, any deficiency may lead to hypertension and heart failure.
Metabolic action in other tissues: Vitamin D stimulates liver regeneration capabilities. Antiproliferation, antiangiogenic, and inducing of apoptosis functionality.
PREVENTION OF VITAMIN D DEFICIENCIES ALLOWS REDUCTION IN THE RISK OF:
- Cardiac diseases.
- SM (Sclerosis multiplex).
- Dental caries.
- Impaired bone mineralization and bone damage.
|Compound||Quantity in 1 capsule||% RDI*|
|Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)||50 μg (2000 j.m)||1000%|
|Vitamin K2-MK7 (menachinon)||25 μg||33%|
|Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)||250 μg||10 000%|