Vitamin D has been the center of attention the last years. Vitamin D has many different functions and is important for the general health. Vitamin D contributes to the resistance and the maintenance of strong bones. It has recently been discovered that vitamin D is important for a normal muscle function, which could positively influence the sports performance. Since then, there has been more interest in the special characteristics and possibilities of vitamin D in the sports world.
Some teams organize a sun-stage so athletes can create extra vitamin D. Especially indoor athletes like gymnasts, skaters and swimmers have to pay attention to their intake of vitamin D. It appears that athletes have their best sports performances during the summer months, when their vitamin D levels are at their highest. *2.
D3-3000 IU Gold is a welcome addition to the daily diet of (professional) athletes. D3-3000 IU Gold contains Quali-D, a branded ingredient produced by DSM. Quali-D is extracted from lanolin in wool. The wool derives from living, healthy sheep in Australia and New Zealand. Through an advanced manufacturing method, a stable and well absorbable final product is created. One daily dose provides the body with 300% RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of vitamin D.
D3-3000 IU Gold is endowed with the NZVT logo. NZVT is an abbreviation of the ‘Nederlands Zekerheidssysteem Voedingssupplementen Topsport’ (Anti-Doping Authority for the Netherlands.) This certification guarantees the athlete that the dietary supplement is free of doping.
Quali-D vitamin D3
One (1) capsule a day. To be consumed with a large quantity of water, preferably to be taken with a warm meal. Do not exceed the RDA, this dietary supplement is not suitable for children under the age of 10.
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