Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that
is responsible for many processes in the organism. It contributes to
maintaining healthy bones and teeth, muscle function and a healthy
immune system. In addition, the vitamin is important for the normal
absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D is the
only vitamin that can be produced by the body itself. Around 80% of
vitamin D is produced using sunlight, around 20% must be ingested
through food.1 Older people, people who do not spend much
time outdoors, dark-skinned people and vegans are often affected by
vitamin D deficiency. Such a deficiency can be prevented with just one
tablet of D3 active Denk per day.
1Mithal, A. et al. (2009): Global vitamin D status and
determinants of hypovitaminosis D. In: Osteoporosis International
20(11): pp. 1807-1820.
Consume 1 tablet per day with a meal and plenty of liquid.