IronMaxx Vitamin D Bioactive: High biological availability!
Athletes may have an increased need for vitamins and minerals. This is due to the fact that more important substances are excreted with perspiration. This requirement should be compensated for after physical exertion. Exactly for this purpose IronMaxx® developed Vitamin D Bioactive . The vitamin D it contains is in a biologically highly available form (vitamin D3- cholecalciferol), so that the body can absorb it quickly . In addition, vitamin D3 is contained in a high concentration , so that one capsule is sufficient to cover 100% of the nutrient reference values (NRV*).
Sport and vitamins – a promising combination!
Especially athletes who work with heavy weights put additional strain on their bones. Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal bones. In addition to this, it also has other important functions in the body that can be beneficial in sports. Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function and vitamin D has a role in cell division. This is particularly important for active athletes. But non-athletes also benefit enormously from vitamin D: vitamin D contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and vitamin D contributes to a normal calcium level in the blood.
Vitamin D – the sunshine vitamin!
Vitamin D is the only vitamin that the body can produce itself. Nevertheless, it is possible in Germany that the body does not produce enough vitamin D. The reason for this is that the body can only produce the vitamin when the body is exposed to direct sunlight. In Germany there are strong fluctuations in the seasons, so that the formation of vitamin D3 is not always guaranteed. A deficiency can develop, especially in winter or when you stay indoors regularly. The National Consumption Study from 2008 showed that 91% of women and 82% of men in Germany have a vitamin D3 deficiency.
The contained vitamin D carries / has:
- – contributes to a normal absorption/utilisation of calcium and phosphorus
- – contributes to a normal calcium level in the blood
- – contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
- – contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function
- – contributes to the normal function of the immune system
- – contributes to cell division
- – for maintenance normal teeth