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Colief Vitamin D3 Drops

The sunshine vitamin for immune support

 Vitamin D contributes to the normal growth and development of bones in children and the maintenance of bone growth in adults. It also helps maintain normal immune system function. Vitamin D can be absorbed via food intake or can be formed in the skin under the influence of sunlight. Nevertheless, a deficiency is possible and in many cases a supplement of vitamin D is required.

Top tips on getting enough vitamin D:

  • Ensure you and your children spend some time outside each day during the summer months before applying sunscreen. Sunscreen should be used to prevent sunburn.
  • Some foods in the UK and Ireland are fortified with vitamin D, including some yogurts, some breakfast cereals and some breads. Try to incorporate these into your diet and eat oily fish once or twice a week.
  • Take a daily supplement of 10 micrograms (400IU) and look out for the preferred form of vitamin D3

 

Vitamin D is important for bone strength and development so is particularly important for babies and children. Topping up your child’s vitamin D levels protects them from the more serious effects of deficiency, such as the childhood bone disorder rickets.

The latest government advice in the UK is that infants should begin taking a vitamin D supplement from birth, and pregnant and breastfeeding women, as well as infants and children, are at particular risk.

Suitable for all the family, Colief® Vitamin  D3 Drops is a food supplement rich in vitamin D3 and the ideal solution for providing the required dose of vitamin D3. The drops do not contain flavourings, added sugar, preservatives or colourant.

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How to use Colief Vitamin D3 Drops

Mix Colief® Vitamin D3 Drops with food or a drink. In the case of babies, they can also be given directly by mouth.

Directions:

Breastfed Infants (Birth to 1 year)*: Up to 2 drops (10µg) every day
Children (1+ years): 2 drops (10µg) every day
Adults: 2 drops (10µg) every day

Do not exceed the recommended intake. *Not suitable for infants consuming 500ml or more formula milk daily. A food supplement is not a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. If you have any concerns about taking vitamin D or giving it to infants/ young children you should seek professional medical advice.

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References:

1. Houghton, LA. Vieth, R. (2006) The case against vitamin D2 as a vitamin supplement. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17023693.
2. Infant and Toddler Forum (2014) Preventing Vitamin D Deficiency in Toddlers https://www.infantandtoddlerforum.org/media/upload/pdf-downloads/4.7_Preventing_Vitamin_D_ Deficiency_in_Toddlers.pdf.
3. Public Health England and Food Standards Agency (2014) National Diet and Nutrition Survey: results from Years 1 to 4 (combined) of the rolling programme for 2008 and 2009 to 2011 and 2012 https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/national-diet- and-nutrition-survey-results-from-years-1-to-4-combined-of-the-rollingprogramme- for-2008-and-2009-to-2011-and-2012.
4. Public Health England (2016) PHE publishes new advice on vitamin D. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/phe-publishes-new-advice-on-vitamin-d
5. NHS (2017) Vitamin D. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/vitamins-minerals/Pages/Vitamin-D.aspxtings.

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