Chief Designer of the Bone System

AltaDe 3

Deficiency of vitamin D affects almost 50% of the world's population. It is estimated that 1 billion people worldwide in all ethnic and age groups have a vitamin deficiency. This pandemic of hypovitaminosis D can mainly be associated with a lifestyle (for example, with reduced outdoor activity) and environmental (air pollution) factors that reduce the exposure to sunlight that is required for the production of vitamin D obtained in the skin by ultraviolet radiation

Scientists suggest that a modern person may need more vitamin D than is currently recommended to prevent chronic diseases. Vitamin D is found only in certain foods, so doctors often recommend taking it as an additive to food

Vitamin D is essential for the health of the skeleton. It promotes intestinal absorption of calcium and phosphorus. This helps in bone mineralization. In conditions of hypocalcemia or hypophosphatemia, vitamin D stimulates bone resorption, thereby maintaining the level of calcium and phosphorus in the serum. Deficiency of vitamin D in this way causes hypocalcemia and hypophosphatemia. In fact, vitamin D is the designer of our bone system and if everything is normal with the intake of this vitamin - then our skeleton will be well

But the main target for Vitamin D deficiency is the developing bone system of the child. Deficiency of vitamin D causes global demineralization of the skeleton, which leads to rickets. Because of the physiological features of bone development, rickets is generally observed up to the age of 18 months with a maximum frequency of 4 to 12 months. Noticeable skeletal deformations are usually the result of long-term rickets. In any case, these states can and should be prevented. For this, the dietary supplement AltaDe 3 was developed