Calcium and vitamin D3
- Calcium as an inorganic part of bones and
teeth is a vitally important mineral. Apart from
its involvement in the bone mass structure, it
has other important functions in the body,
e. g. transmission of nerve impulses into
muscle fibers, muscle contraction and blood
- It is ideal to support the calcium intake by
the intake of vitamin D which has a key role
in its absorption. Besides, vitamin D has a lot of
other positive effects in the body, it takes
part in the regulation of calcium and phosphorus
metabolism, it strengthens the immune
system and others.
- Regular intake of calcium and vitamin D is
essential in childhood and youth during bone
development, but also in older age, when the
amount of calcium in bone mass is reduced
and the risk of fractures increases.
- The natural way of calcium intake is from food
(dairy products, vegetables...) and mineral
waters, vitamin D id produced in the skin by
exposure to sunlight and in a smaller extent it
is found in food.
- Non-alcoholic drink AQUAOS is a natural
source of calcium and vitamin D3, just 1 liter
of the drink provides the recommended doses
(600 mg/ l of calcium and 400 IU/ l of vitamin D3).