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What are the differences between “activated” vitamin D and the regular type?

Human kidney has its own mechanism of activating regular vitamin D so as to modulate calcium ion in blood. To take “activated” vitamin D is to skip the modulating mechanism, which will potentially result in hypercalcemia. Therefore, it is common only for people who have kidney problems to take activated vitamin D.

So far research has shown that vitamin D comes in five various forms. D2 (ergocalciferol) and D3 (cholecalciferol), in particular, are the most related to nutrients we take. D2 is plant-derived whereas D3 is from animals. Thus, D3 is more suitable for human body in terms of its chemical structure.

There are a great variety of forms of magnesium, and thus the effects, absorption rate, and utilization rate differ from one form to another. Our product adopts two types of magnesium in particular, magnesium oxide and magnesium glycinate, to increase the amount and to facilitate absorption and utilization rate in body. Moreover, magnesium glycinate has been considered the easiest to be absorbed and to be utilized by the human body, which also contributes to the improvement of sleep quality.

An excipient is a substance formulated alongside the active ingredient of a medication and a supplement, and it is categorized correlatedly to its role in the end product. Common excipients include diluents, binders, disintegrants, colours, and sweeteners. Generally speaking, capsules contain less excipients.

Human body will automatically synthesize vitamin D under continuous and sufficient sun exposure. Yet, as most of us are living indoors, the lack of vitamin D is not an uncommon phenomenon. Around 60% of Taiwanese people are short of vitamin D, and the number rises up to 80% among young females. It is strongly suggested that a test on the amount of vitamin D in blood serum be taken only after having 800IU of vitamin D every day for three months. Even though sun exposure is beneficial, ultraviolet light can be harmful to our skin, too. Therefore, for those who adopt their lifestyles mostly indoors and those who are looking for fair skin, supplements are another proper course to take.

Magnesium can alleviate inflammation, relieve nervous tension, and keep your blood vessels healthy. With vitamin D, it plays a crucial role in balancing osteocalcin as well. However, drinking beverages containing caffeine or diuretic causes magnesium to run off our body. With special ratio of magnesium and the help of vitamin C and stomach acid, our product is a mild and stable source of necessary nutrients.

Nutritional supplements are not medicine, and thus it is okay if you are to take supplements with an empty stomach. There is no so-called “best timing,” either. However, supplement/vitamin absorption is better facilitated with or after meal.

The skin interfaces with the environment and is the first line of defense from external factors. Yet, oily skin, enlarged pores, and acne, along with other skin problems, can be signs of imbalances in the body. Therefore, the fundamental way to solve skin problems is to start by re-balancing these imbalances in the body as well as strengthening the body's defense mechanisms.

Health food and nutritional supplements need to be taken on a regular basis and in moderation. You ought to understand your own lifestyle, or consult medical professionals, and take in what you need. Excessive supplement uptake is not advised.

Human body needs various types of nutrition to maintain its biological mechanism. Once there is any imbalance, the body will remind you. For instance, hair loss and split nails are signs of lack of vitamin D. For those who do not have enough magnesium intake will experience muscle cramp or poor sleep quality. Ignoring these minor symptoms will lead to more severe problems. Therefore, besides dietary balance, we ought to be more cautious with signs our body shows.

Our products are not medicines and are for the purpose of supplementing inadequate intake of nutrients. With that being said, dependence similar to drug dependence is unlikely to happen.

The main ingredients of our product are vitamin C, vitamin D, Magnesium, and cranberry extract, all of which are beneficial for mothers and babies. Vitamin D, in particular, is highly recommended for pregnant women by medical professionals. It is also suggested that pregnant women consult their physician to establish an optimal dose.

What are the differences between “activated” vitamin D and the regular type?

Human kidney has its own mechanism of activating regular vitamin D so as to modulate calcium ion in blood. To take “activated” vitamin D is to skip the modulating mechanism, which will potentially result in hypercalcemia. Therefore, it is common only for people who have kidney problems to take activated vitamin D.

So far research has shown that vitamin D comes in five various forms. D2 (ergocalciferol) and D3 (cholecalciferol), in particular, are the most related to nutrients we take. D2 is plant-derived whereas D3 is from animals. Thus, D3 is more suitable for human body in terms of its chemical structure.

There are a great variety of forms of magnesium, and thus the effects, absorption rate, and utilization rate differ from one form to another. Our product adopts two types of magnesium in particular, magnesium oxide and magnesium glycinate, to increase the amount and to facilitate absorption and utilization rate in body. Moreover, magnesium glycinate has been considered the easiest to be absorbed and to be utilized by the human body, which also contributes to the improvement of sleep quality.

An excipient is a substance formulated alongside the active ingredient of a medication and a supplement, and it is categorized correlatedly to its role in the end product. Common excipients include diluents, binders, disintegrants, colours, and sweeteners. Generally speaking, capsules contain less excipients.

Will my body lack vitamin D if I do not do sun protection at all?

Human body will automatically synthesize vitamin D under continuous and sufficient sun exposure. Yet, as most of us are living indoors, the lack of vitamin D is not an uncommon phenomenon. Around 60% of Taiwanese people are short of vitamin D, and the number rises up to 80% among young females. It is strongly suggested that a test on the amount of vitamin D in blood serum be taken only after having 800IU of vitamin D every day for three months. Even though sun exposure is beneficial, ultraviolet light can be harmful to our skin, too. Therefore, for those who adopt their lifestyles mostly indoors and those who are looking for fair skin, supplements are another proper course to take.

Magnesium can alleviate inflammation, relieve nervous tension, and keep your blood vessels healthy. With vitamin D, it plays a crucial role in balancing osteocalcin as well. However, drinking beverages containing caffeine or diuretic causes magnesium to run off our body. With special ratio of magnesium and the help of vitamin C and stomach acid, our product is a mild and stable source of necessary nutrients.

Nutritional supplements are not medicine, and thus it is okay if you are to take supplements with an empty stomach. There is no so-called “best timing,” either. However, supplement/vitamin absorption is better facilitated with or after meal.

The skin interfaces with the environment and is the first line of defense from external factors. Yet, oily skin, enlarged pores, and acne, along with other skin problems, can be signs of imbalances in the body. Therefore, the fundamental way to solve skin problems is to start by re-balancing these imbalances in the body as well as strengthening the body's defense mechanisms.

Health food and nutritional supplements need to be taken on a regular basis and in moderation. You ought to understand your own lifestyle, or consult medical professionals, and take in what you need. Excessive supplement uptake is not advised.

Human body needs various types of nutrition to maintain its biological mechanism. Once there is any imbalance, the body will remind you. For instance, hair loss and split nails are signs of lack of vitamin D. For those who do not have enough magnesium intake will experience muscle cramp or poor sleep quality. Ignoring these minor symptoms will lead to more severe problems. Therefore, besides dietary balance, we ought to be more cautious with signs our body shows.

Our products are not medicines and are for the purpose of supplementing inadequate intake of nutrients. With that being said, dependence similar to drug dependence is unlikely to happen.

The main ingredients of our product are vitamin C, vitamin D, Magnesium, and cranberry extract, all of which are beneficial for mothers and babies. Vitamin D, in particular, is highly recommended for pregnant women by medical professionals. It is also suggested that pregnant women consult their physician to establish an optimal dose.

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