Certain groups in the population do not appear to get enough vitamin D through the diet. Also, they do not get enough outside to make enough in the skin. Especially the elderly are at risk of a deficiency because the production in the skin decreases with age. But people with dark skin - who produce less vitamin D - often have a deficiency. There are also special groups at risk such as pregnant women, veiled women and the elderly in nursing and nursing homes. For all these groups, the use of a dietary supplement is recommended.
Specially for these groups, New Care D3 10mcg oil-based drops have been developed. Depending on the need, you will get enough vitamin D with only one or two drops a day without having to swallow tablets or capsules. Another advantage of this oil-based D3 formula is that no additives are added and that the formula is free from allergens.
1 x per day 1 drop (10mcg)
Adults who get out of doors, have a dark skin color or wear body-covering clothes.
Pregnant women and all women between the ages of 50 and 70.
1 x per day 2 drops (20mcg)
Older people from 70 years old.
Useful advice for children
These drops can also be used to provide the additional need for vitamin D for children from 0 to 4 years and children from 4 years of age who are out of place or have a dark skin color. Then 1 x per day is enough 1 drop (10mcg).
Do not exceed the recommended dosage.