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Omega 3 visolie met Vitamine D3

Het soort vet dat uw lichaam nodig heeft. Onderhoud uw algehele gezondheid – vooral gezondheid van de hersenen en uw hart.

Er zijn goede en slechte vetten, maar omega 3-vetzuren zijn een vet dat u nodig hebt. Wist u dat de toevoeging van omega 3 aan uw voeding een van de 12 aanpasbare gedragspunten is dat kan bijdragen tot een langer leven? Dokters, wetenschappers en voedingsexperts zijn het erover eens: omega 3 is essentieel voor het welzijn. Geen wonder dat dit voedingssupplement zo populair is.

Omega 3 wordt als essentieel beschouwd omdat het lichaam het niet zelf kan aanmaken. U kunt het alleen uit voeding of uit supplementen halen. De Omega 3-capsules met Vitamine D₃ van Mannatech zijn een uitstekende keuze, met:

  • Meer dan 1000 mg sterk geconcentreerde EPA en DHA per portie.
  • Ze worden gemaakt van de visolie van de beste kwaliteit die beschikbaar is voor een ultieme zuiverheid.
  • Een aangename sinaasappelsmaak in een capsule die gemakkelijk kan worden doorgeslikt.
  • Bevat 4 mcg vitamine D₃, een natuurlijke en geprefereerde bron van vitamine D.

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Omega 3 visolie met vitamine D3

Omega 3 wordt als essentieel beschouwd omdat het lichaam het niet kan aanmaken. U kunt het alleen uit voeding of uit supplementen halen. De Omega 3-capsules met Vitamine D₃ van Mannatech zijn een uitstekende keuze, met:

Meer dan 1000 mg sterk geconcentreerde EPA en DHA per portie.
Ze worden gemaakt van de visolie van de beste kwaliteit die beschikbaar is voor een ultieme zuiverheid.
Een aangename sinaasappelsmaak in een capsule die gemakkelijk kan worden doorgeslikt.
Bevat 4 mcg vitamine D₃, een natuurlijke en geprefereerde bron van vitamine D.

Omega 3 visolie met vitamine D3 van Mannatech is een uniek voedingssupplement. De EPA- en DHAvetzuren die in de omega 3 visolie zitten, dragen bij tot de normale functie van de hersenen en het hart. Wetenschappelijke studies hebben aangetoond dat bevolkingsgroepen die veel omega 3 eten de minste gezondheidsrisico’s lopen die wel aanwezig zijn in ons modern westerse dieet.

Een tekort aan omega 3 en Vitamine D komt steeds vaker voor. Voor vitamine D hebben we een actief buiten leven nodig. In Nederland nodigt het klimaat daar vaak niet voor uit en dus bevinden we ons veel binnen. Als we wel naar buiten gaan zijn we vaak dik aangekleed of van top tot teen ingesmeerd met zonnebrandcrème. Vandaar is het nemen van de omega 3 met vitamine D voedingssupplement een uitstekend alternatief.

Omega 3 met vitamine D3 van Mannatech:

  • Biedt meer dan 1.110 mg sterk geconcentreerd EPA en DHA per portie
  • Gemaakt van de hoogste kwaliteit visoliën, moleculair gedistilleerd voor ultra-zuiverheid.
  • Gemaakt van verse, koud water vis (niet gekweekt) van zalm, haring, makreel, ansjovis en sardientjes.
  • Bevat 4mcg vitamine D3 per portie (830 UIs)
  • Eenvoudig in te nemen gelcapsules met een aangename sinaasappelsmaak.

Omega 3 visolie met Vitamine D3:

  • DHA draagt bij tot het behoud van een normaal zicht
  • EPA en DHA draagt bij tot de normale werking van het hart
  • DHA draagt bij aan de handhaving van normale hersenfunctie.
  • Vitamine D draagt bij tot een normale opname en verwerking van calcium en fosfor.
  • Vitamine D draagt bij aan de handhaving van normale botten en tanden.
  • Vitamine D draagt bij tot de normale functie van het immuunsysteem.

Het Omega 3 vetzuur uit visolie is een onverzadigd vetzuur dat uw lichaam nodig heeft om een gezond cholesterol- en bloed triglyceriden niveau te helpen behouden. Deze zijn allebei belangrijk voor het behoud van een goede gezondheid. Het vetzuur Omega 3 verschijnt in verschillende soorten, maar er zijn er twee waarvan men weet dat ze het belangrijkste zijn. Dit zijn EPA (eicosapentaenoic zuur) en DHA (docosahexaenoic zuur).

Door Omega 3 visolie vetzuren aan uw dagelijkse voeding toe te voegen, verbetert u uw algemene gezondheid. Vroeger aten mensen voldoende Omega 3. Omega 6 is ook belangrijk, maar het concurreert helaas met Omega 3 voor ruimte in uw cellen. In plaats van een balans tussen de twee (hetgeen optimaal is voor uw gezondheid) bestaat onze moderne voeding uit een ratio van wel 30:1 Omega 6 staat tot Omega 3. Deze onbalans geeft veel algemene gezondheidsproblemen. Deze worden veroorzaakt door ons Westerse voedingspatroon. Ter vergelijking: onze voorouders hielden er een ratio van 1:1 op na.

Uw lichaam produceert geen Omega 3, dus u moet het ergens anders vandaan zien te halen. Sommige vissoorten zijn rijk aan omega 3, maar helaas vormen verontreiniging en giffen in de vissen een groot probleem. Gekweekte vissen krijgen vaak graan te eten en bevatten meer Omega 6 dan Omega 3. U kunt natuurlijk ook een kleine hoeveelheid Omega 3 uit lijnzaad halen, maar uw lichaam moet deze ALA-vorm van Omega-3 omzetten in het meer voordelige EPA/DHA. Helaas zijn onze lichamen hier niet goed in. Het is dus bijna onmogelijk om voldoende EPA/DHA uit lijnzaad te halen. Visoliesupplementen zijn een uitstekende manier om aan uw dagelijkse hoeveelheid te voldoen, en zorgen tevens voor de meeste EPA en DHA voor uw geld.

Omega 3 van Mannatech is een bijzonder puur en zuiver product. Vooral in combinatie met Ambrotose en Nutriverus is Omega 3 essentieel om uw gezondheid op pijl te houden.

  • NSF-gecertificeerd
  • Van nature glutenvrij
  • Verminderd visachtige reflux / visachtige boeren
  • Onze visolie concentraat is verwerkt door een hoog vacuüm moleculaire distillatie
  • Mannatech visolie wordt gezuiverd om verontreiniging te verminderen en te minimaliseren. Deze verontreiniging is gebruikelijk in natuurlijke visolies
  • Waarden voor oxidatie en verontreinigende stoffen zijn ruim onder de internationale wettelijke norm. Bijvoorbeeld van de Europese farmacopee en de wereldwijde organisatie voor EPA en DHA (GOED) vrijwillige monografie
  • moleculair gedistilleerd
  • Ultra-puur
  • Purified

Functional

  • Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

    Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is a long-chain polyunsaturated omega-3 (n-3) fatty acid considered to be nutritionally essential to maintain optimal health. There are a number of known health benefits associated with omega-3 fatty acid intake, with most current research focusing on the n-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid). In the body, DHA is an important component of cell membranes, particularly in the brain and retina. However, the human body cannot synthesize omega-3 fatty acids on its own, so these nutrients must be provided by the diet. By consuming the n-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) from sources such as flax seed, the body can convert ALA into EPA and eventually DHA, but the low rate of conversion supports direct dietary intake of DHA from foods and dietary supplements 1. The major food sources of DHA, as well as EPA, are algae and cold-water oily fish, such as salmon, herring, mackerel, anchovies and sardines 2. Dietary supplements containing significant amounts of EPA and DHA are typically fish oils derived from these fish. In addition, infant formulas often contain supplemental DHA. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that the use of DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids as dietary supplements is safe, provided that the daily intakes of DHA and EPA do not exceed 2 grams per day from dietary supplement sources such as fish oil 3. A major safety concern is the possible presence of heavy metals and toxins, which can be found in relatively high levels in fresh fish and unpurified fish oils. When considering omega-3 DHA and EPA dietary supplements, it is important to look for fish oils that have been purified to reduce the levels of these contaminants.

  • Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)

    Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is a long-chain polyunsaturated omega-3 (n-3) fatty acid considered to be nutritionally essential to maintain optimal health. There are a number of known health benefits associated with omega-3 fatty acid intake, with most current research focusing on the n-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). In the body, EPA is an important component of cell membranes where it can be used to generate signaling molecules called eicosanoids or can be converted into DHA. However, the human body cannot synthesize omega-3 fatty acids on its own, so these nutrients must be provided by the diet. By consuming the n-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) from sources such as flax seed, the body can convert ALA into EPA, but the low rate of conversion supports direct dietary intake of EPA from foods and dietary supplements 1. The major food sources of EPA, as well as DHA, are algae and cold-water oily fish, such as salmon, herring, mackerel, anchovies and sardines 2. Dietery supplements containing significant amounts of EPA and DHA are typically fish oils derived from these fish. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that the use of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids as dietary supplements is safe, provided that the daily intakes of EPA and DHA do not exceed 2 grams per day from dietary supplement sources such as fish oil 3. A major safety concern is the possible presence of heavy metals and toxins, which can be found in relatively high levels in fresh fish and unpurified fish oils. When considering omega-3 EPA and DHA dietary supplements, it is important to look for fish oils that have been purified to reduce the levels of these contaminants.

  • Mixed tocopherols

    Mixed tocopherols are organic compounds collectively known as vitamin E. Natural tocopherols exist as a mixture of d-alpha-, d-beta-, d-gamma- and d-delta-isoforms, each having antioxidant activities 1. Tocopherols are present in many foods, such as vegetable oils, nuts and grains. They are considered generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in foods (21CFR182.3890) 2.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids

    Omega-3 (n-3) fatty acids generally refer to the nutritionally essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Fatty acids are the building blocks of lipids, making them important sources of energy for the body and the main components of cell membranes 1. There are a number of known health benefits associated with omega-3 fatty acid intake, with most current research focusing on the longer chain n-3 PUFAs EPA and DHA. However, the human body cannot synthesize n-3 fatty acids on its own, and so these nutrients must be provided by the diet 1. Food sources of ALA include flax seed, hemp seed, walnut, canola, soy bean, and dark green leaves, while the major sources of EPA and DHA are algae and cold-water oily fish, such as salmon, herring, mackerel, anchovies and sardines 2.
    Dietary unsaturated fatty acids are well absorbed through the intestine and into the bloodstream. The Institute of Medicine has established an adequate intake of 1.6 g/day ALA for men and 1.1 g/day ALA for women 1. The body can form EPA and DHA from ALA, but the low rate of conversion supports direct dietary intake of EPA and DHA. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that the use of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids as dietary supplements is safe, provided that the daily intakes of EPA and DHA do not exceed 2 grams per day from dietary supplement sources such as fish oil 3. A major safety concern is the possible presence of heavy metals and toxins, which can be found in relatively high levels in fresh fish and unpurified fish oils. When considering omega-3 EPA and DHA dietary supplements, it is important to look for fish oils that have been purified to reduce the levels of these contaminants.

  • Vitamin D3

    Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is a fat-soluble vitamin that is synthesized by humans in the skin when exposed to ultraviolet-B (UVB) rays from sunlight. Vitamin D3 is the most frequently recommended form of supplemental vitamin D 1. Current average daily intakes of vitamin D for Americans are well below suggested adequate intakes 2, and much of the world’s population is deficient in this important vitamin 3.
    The main function of vitamin D is to regulate blood calcium and phosphorus concentrations by enhancing the efficiency of the small intestine to absorb these minerals. By influencing the absorption of calcium, vitamin D thus helps to form and maintain strong bones and teeth 4,5. Vitamin D supplementation helps prevent falls and maintain physical performance in the elderly 5,6. Adequate vitamin D intake may also be important for maintaining immune health 7,8, nervous system health 9, may help improve mood during the winter months (10),(11) and improve overall quality of life (12).
    Vitamin D is generally well tolerated at recommended doses. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has established a Reference Daily Intake (RDI) of 600 international units (IUs) vitamin D for individuals ages 1-70 and 800 IUs for adults >70 years. RDIs are a set of dietary references for essential vitamins and minerals that are considered amounts sufficient to meet the daily requirements of healthy individuals. They serve as the basis for calculating the percent daily value (% DV) amounts found on dietary supplement and food labels.
    According to the Endocrine Society’s Vitamin D Clinical Practice Guidelines, published in June 2011, individuals who are at risk for vitamin D deficiencies should as their physician to have their blood tested for the vitamin D metabolite [25(OH)D]. For individuals with blood 25(OH)D levels <75 nmol/L, higher amounts of vitamin D intake are suitable: children ages 1–18 may need 600–1,000 IU daily, adults >18 age may need 1,500–2,000 IU vitamin D daily (13).

Formulation

  • Kosher gelatin

    Kosher gelatin. Gelatin is a protein derived from animal collagen, usually from cow or pig skin and bones. In order for a food to be classified as kosher, the ingredients, preparation and processing facilities must all meet kosher standards. Gelatin is a commonly used gelling agent in foods and can also be used to form hard or soft gelatin capsules for oral products 1. Gelatin is approved for use as a food additive by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 2.

  • Natural lemon flavor

    Natural lemon flavor is oil extracted from the flavoring constituents of lemons, primarily the peels. Its significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional (21CFR501.22).

  • Purified fish oil concentrate

    Purified fish oil concentrate. Commercial fish oils marketed as dietary supplements are typically derived from fresh, cold-water, oily fish, such as salmon, herring, mackerel, anchovies and sardines 1. The use of fish oil supplements is intended to provide the body with the essential omega-3 fatty acids, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). Concentrated fish oils tend to contain higher amounts of EPA and DHA. While consuming fatty fish can also provide these omega-3 fatty acids, most individuals do not consume the required servings. In addition, much of the available fish today is raised on farms rather than in their native water habitats, greatly reducing their concentrations of EPA and DHA. Furthermore, cold-water fish can contain dangerous amounts of environmental pollutants, such as mercury, PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) and dioxins 2. A major safety concern is the possible presence of these polluntants, which can be found in relatively high levels in fresh fish and unpurified fish oils. When considering omega-3 EPA and DHA dietary supplements, it is important to look for fish oils that have been purified to reduce the levels of these contaminants. The most common molecular distillation and steam deodorization techniques use a combination of pressure and high temperatures to remove environmental pollutants from fish oil supplements so that they may pass global regulatory standards 3.


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Omega 3 met vitamine D3
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  • Overall Product Benefits
    • Helps [maintain/support] brain health and function*
    • Supports healthy muscle function*
    • Helps [maintain/support] cardiovascular health*
    • Helps [maintain/support] heart health*
    • Provides support for healthy triglyceride levels already within [normal levels/the normal range]*
    • Helps maintain healthy blood lipid levels already within normal [levels/ranges]*
    • Helps retain healthy blood lipid levels*
    • Helps maintain healthy blood platelet function*
    • May help regulate the production of interleukin-6 (IL-6) and prostaglandin E2 in healthy individuals*
    • May help regulate the production of fatty acid derivative prostaglandin E2 by restoring a more healthy balance in the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids*
    • May help regulate the production of the cytokine IL-6 in healthy individuals*
    • May support a more healthy balance of immune functions*
    • Supports a healthy inflammatory response*
    • The vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA support a healthy inflammatory response*
    • Omega-3 and vitamin D intake can help keep your immune system in balance*
    • Omega-3 and vitamin D intake can help maintain a healthy immune system*
    • Contains vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids for immune support*
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acid Benefits
    • Source of omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, for the maintenance of good health*
    • Supplies 1,110 mg EPA and DHA per day when taken as recommended
    • Supplies 660 mg/day EPA when taken as recommended
    • Supplies 450 mg/day DHA per day when taken as recommended
    • Concentrated fish oil
    • Highly concentrated EPA and DHA fatty acids
    • Omega-3 intake helps support brain [health/function]*
    • The omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA support a healthy inflammatory response*
    • Studies indicate that EPA and DHA provide the brain health and development benefits provided by omega-3 fatty acid intake*
    • Studies indicate that EPA and DHA provide the cardiovascular health benefits provided by omega-3 fatty acid intake*
    • Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. One serving of Mannatech’s Omega-3 with Vitamin D3 provides 1110 mg EPA and DHA fatty acids. See nutrition information for total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol content.*
    • Omega-3 intake in pregnant and lactating women may support normal development and functioning of the brain of the fetus and nursing infant*
  • Vitamin D Benefits
    • Contains 830 IU vitamin D to support bone health*
    • Vitamin D is important to bone health because it enhances calcium absorption*
    • Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium for strong bones and teeth*
    • Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption*
    • Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of healthy bones*
    • Vitamin D regulates the blood concentrations of calcium and phosphorus
    • The hormonal actions of vitamin D govern calcium balance within the body
    • Vitamin D improves calcium absorption*
    • A preferred source of supplemental vitamin D
    • Vitamin D3 is a natural form of vitamin D that is produced by the body
    • A [highly/commonly] recommended form of supplemental vitamin D
    • Vitamin D3 is the form of supplemental vitamin D most often recommended
    • Vitamin D3 is believed to be the most beneficial form of supplemental vitamin D
    • Vitamin D and its metabolites act as powerful immunoregulators*
    • Vitamin D is an important contributor to musculoskeletal health*
    • Vitamin D intake may help prevent falls and maintain physical performance in the elderly*
    • Research suggests that vitamin D may play a role in maintaining nervous system health and function*
    • Research shows that in addition to supporting bone health, adequate vitamin D intake may be important for maintaining immune health, nervous system health and overall quality of life*
    • Vitamin D3 helps improve mood/maintain positive mood [during the winter months]*
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids Background
    • Most American diets provide more than ten times as much omega-6 than omega-3 fatty acids, even though there is general scientific agreement that individuals should consume more omega-3 and less omega-6 fatty acids to promote good health
    • Supplemental omega-3s can help reduce an imbalance in the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids often caused by the common Western diet
    • Omega-3s are called essential fatty acids because the body cannot synthesize omega-3s
    • Omega-3 fatty acids are nutrients essential to health and must be obtained through the diet*
    • Humans are dependent upon dietary intake of omega-3s to get an adequate amount, a necessity for good health in people of all ages*
    • EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are two omega-3 fatty acids that [are important to/contribute to] health*
    • In evaluating the beneficial effects of omega-3 fatty acids, researchers have focused on EPA and DHA
    • Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which is present in vegetable oils such as flaxseed and canola oils, is poorly converted to EPA and DHA in the body. Thus, direct dietary intake of these compounds is important.
    • Omega-3 fatty acids include ALA, EPA and DHA. ALA is present in vegetable oils such as flaxseed and canola oils, whereas EPA and DHA are found in algae and fish oils. ALA is chemically the parent compound but the body does not efficiently convert it to EPA and DHA. Thus, direct dietary intake of EPA and DHA is important.
    • Intake of omega-3 fatty acids has been identified as one of twelve modifiable behaviors (along with quitting smoking, lowering salt intake, etc.) that can contribute to increased longevity. A study showed that individuals with intake levels of 250 mg per day of EPA and DHA tended to live longer.*
    • There is continuing scientific debate as to whether or not dietary omega-3 fatty acids contribute to weight loss. However, higher blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids are associated with a healthier body weight.*
    • International experts suggest that individuals should aim to achieve an average daily intake of at least 650 mg of EPA and DHA combined, with at least 220 mg of each. The U.S. Institute of Medicine has not established an adequate intake level for omega-3 fatty acids but other countries, including Canada, Sweden, the UK, Australia and Japan, recommend intake of 300 to 500 mg per day of EPA and DHA.
    • International experts suggest that pregnant and lactating women should aim to achieve an average daily intake of at least 200 mg DHA. This amount is thought to be sufficient to help support optimal visual and cognitive development in the fetus and nursing infant.* Mannatech’s Omega-3 with Vitamin D3 supplies 450 mg DHA per day when taken as recommended.
  • Vitamin D Background
    • Research suggests that high vitamin D [intake/blood levels] can support breast and colorectal health*
    • An estimated 70 percent of the U.S. population has diets deficient in vitamin D
    • The typical American diet provides only about 30 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin D
    • A deficiency in vitamin D will reduce the amount of dietary calcium that is absorbed by 10-15 percent
    • Vitamin D deficiencies have reached epidemic status throughout the world
    • The following populations are at risk for vitamin D deficiency:
      • children and adults with dark skin pigmentation
      • those with a lack of exposure to sunlight
      • those who consistently wear a sunscreen with a protection factor of 30 or higher
      • older adults living in institutions without exposure to sunlight
      • pregnant and lactating women whose bodies must meet the demands of growing fetuses or infants
      • pregnant and lactating women
      • those over the age of 70, as vitamin D absorption may decline with age
      • those over the age of 70
      • obese children and adults (BMI > 30 kg/m2), as vitamin D is sequestered in body fat
      • obese children and adults
      • people taking the following medications: anti-convulsants, glucocorticoids, antifungals (e.g. ketoconazole) and drugs for AIDS/HIV
      • vegans, vegetarians and those who do not consume enough animal food products, such as milk, eggs, fish or meat, may be at risk for a deficiency in vitamin D
      • older adults with a history of falls
    • The major source of vitamin D is exposure to natural sunlight
    • Insufficient sunlight is a well-known risk factor for vitamin D deficiency
    • Human skin requires several minutes of regular and direct exposure to sunlight (UVB rays) in order to produce vitamin D3. Dark skin, sunblock use, and insufficient sun exposure (due to limited outdoor activity, seasonal/temporal/atmospheric factors, and geographic latitude) have all been associated with lower circulating hydroxyvitamin D levels
    • Very few foods naturally contain or are fortified with vitamin D
    • Vitamin D deficiency in the elderly increases the risk of bone fracture
    • The National Academy of Science’s Institute of Medicine (IOM), which sets the Daily Reference Intakes for the U.S., has set the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for vitamin D at 600 IU per day for all life stages with the exception of people over 70 years old for which the RDA is 800 IU per day. The IOM Committee found that vitamin D blood levels of 20 ng/ml 25 (OH)D are sufficient for bone health. Vitamin D deficiency was defined as serum levels below this amount.
    • An international group of vitamin D experts in The Endocrine Society challenged the IOM findings, suggesting that vitamin D insufficiency be defined as 25 (OH)D levels of 21-29 ng/ml and sufficiency as levels of 30-100 ng/ml (75-250 nmol/L).
    • The Endocrine Society suggested the Upper Limit (UL) be 10,000 IU for adults and 4,000 IU for children ages 1-18, rather than the 4,000 IU to 2,500 IU UL’s set for these age groups by the IOM.
    • The Endocrine Society Task Force finds that, although 400 to 600 IU/day vitamin D may be sufficient for children aged 0-1 year and 1 to 18 years, an amount of 1,000 IU/day may be required to raise blood levels of 25(OH)D above 30 ng/ml.
    • The Endocrine Society Task Force finds that, although adults 19-50 years require at least 600 IU/day, 1,500-2,000 IU vitamin D/day may be required to raise blood levels of 25(OH)D above 30 ng/ml.
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acid and Vitamin D Background
    • Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D are both required nutrients. There is significant evidence that much of the world’s population is deficient in both nutrients.
    • There are a limited number of foods that are naturally rich in vitamin D and/or omega-3 fatty acids. Fish is one such source, but given concerns that certain types of fish can be contaminated with ocean pollutants, especially mercury, it is advised to limit consumption of fish known to be lower in mercury, such as salmon, to only 2 servings (12 oz.) per week.
  • Multiple Product Open-Label Clinical Trial (2013)

    In a six-month, open-label human studyof 15 retired football players, intake of Mannatech products resulted in statistically significant improvements in numerous self-reported measures of physical and mental health, quality of life, memory, and elbow and knee pain reduction. Study participants took Mannatech’s Ambrotose® complex powder, Omega–3 with Vitamin D3 capsules, Ambrotose AO® capsules, PhytoMatrix® caplets and PLUS caplets. All of these products are gluten-free and NSF-certified. Authors include Mannatech scientists Drs. Robert A. Sinnott and Rolando L. Maddela, Dr. Sejong Bae of the University of North Texas Health Science Center and Dr. Talitha Best of the University of South Australia, Adelaide.

    Sinnott RA, Maddela RL, Bae S, Best T. (2013) The effect of dietary supplements on the quality of life of retired professional football players. Global J Health Sci 2(5):13-26.
    This article can also be accessed from PubMed.
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