Although in recent years Hungarians have improved their vitamin D supplementation habits, according to a recent study every third resident continues to suffer from extreme vitamin D deficiency.Twice as many men are at risk of vitamin D deficiency than womenDeficiency can lead to bone loss amongst others and increases the risk of depression, autoimmune diseases, infections and certain types of diabetes. Experts emphasize the importance of conscious refinement on Vitamin D Day, not only in the first 1000 days of life, but also afterwards. Vitamin D deficiency not only affects the bones, but also increases - and the risk of colon cancer. Alarms, alarms, are still quite common. By the end of February, those who do not have vitamin D supplementation will almost always develop vitamin D deficiency, and three Hungarians will be critically ill.
Women and those living in the capital are more awareAccording to a recent study, the incidence of vitamin D supplementation in our country has improved significantly: in 2013, only 12 percent of people in the population took a vitamin D supplement, which is more than three times more than today. Based on the results of the research, Budapest residents are more aware of the vitamin D supplementation, and a similar proportion can be observed among women and men: more are focused on conscious supplementation, but the results still do not reach the desired levels - many are unaware of the need for vitamin D in the next few months. headaches: Excessive vitamin D intake, which can be just as damaging as lack "- called attention dr. Gomez Isabella, Secretary-General of the Hungarian Osteoporosis and Osteoarthrology Society (MOOT).
The first day of birth cannot be water electedAlthough the first 1000 days of life help vitamin D to fight diabetes and overweight and contribute to the development of healthy bones, according to a recent industry study, Hungarian parents do not pay much attention to poultry. Despite the fact that international and domestic experts strongly recommend vitamin D over the age of one year, the first day of birth is considered to be the second of the parents of the child. Vitamin D intake is essential for proper childbirth growth, and it is also important that you do not stop growing at the age of one year. "Vitamin-A, so parents have to make sure their kids have adequate vitamin intake," he said. Dr. István Takacs, chairman of MOOT and the First 1000 Days.
|Recommended Daily Vitamin D3 Doses in Hungary for Prevention of Vitamin D Deficiency *|
|Children aged 1-6||600-1000 NE|
|Children over 6 years old||600-1000 NE|
|excessive adults||3000-4000 NE|
|pregnant baby||1500-2000 NE|
- Vitamin D for the child: 0-3 years old is most important
- Vitamin D is therefore important to the body
- Vitamin D: These are safe daily intakes