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Hivita Daily D + Iodine

$22.50

High dose Vitamin D and K for calcium absorption plus iodine for proper functioning of the thyroid gland

  • Helps calcium absorption
  • High dose Vitamin D3 (1000IU)
  • Iodine from seaweed Kelp and Potassium Iodide for thyroid health
  • Vitamin K1, to assist in the formation of proteins for the structural matrix of bones
  • Assists in the proper functioning of the thyroid gland for regulation of metabolism
  • Helps maintain and support a healthy immune function
  • Aids in the maintenance of general well being

One in four Australians are Vitamin D deficient which can lead to exhaustion, muscle soreness and occasionally depression. This is the only formula on the market with high potency Vitamin D plus iodine (sourced from seaweed for thyroid support).

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Dosage and directions for use
Adults and children over 12 years of age: Take 1 capsule daily with food or as directed by your healthcare professional.

Always read the label. Use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. Vitamins can only be of assistance if dietary vitamin intake is inadequate. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

Important to note: It is no longer thought to be more beneficial to take bone nutrients before bed to enable bone mineral deposition overnight, since this can occur at any time of the day under the influence of pituitary hormone calcitonin, especially after exercise.

Storage
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from sunlight.
Do not use if cap seal is broken.

  • Individuals with underactive thyroid glands, especially those with goitre, who are likely to be iodine deficient and need supplementation. Urinary iodine analysis will confirm deficiency and appropriate supplementation recommendations can then be made.
  • Those with enlarged thyroids and normal thyroid hormone output is usually iodine deficient as the gland enlarges to trap more iodine for the bloodstream when dietary intake is low
  • Those who have minimal sunshine exposure or are on a low-fat diet, which heightens the risk of Vitamin D deficiency. One of the symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency is increased susceptibility to infections. Vitamin D may therefore help to support healthy immune function
  • Individuals who have an allergy to seafood, or who live far from coastal areas (where seafood is commonly consumed), and usually have iodine deficiency
  • Those who have a high intake of dietary cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts) which causes iodine uptake to be blocked from other food sources in the same meal
  • Those wanting to support the body’s ability to maintain healthy bone metabolism. Vitamin D is a steroid prohormone, which encourages the absorption and metabolism of calcium and phosphorous, essential for bone formation and optimal bone health throughout life.
 VITAMINS

Active Ingredients per capsule

(Vitamin D3) – Cholecalciferol (equiv. to Vitamin D3 1000IU)

25mcg

(Vitamin K1) – Phytomenadione

70mcg

MINERAL

 

Potassium Iodide (equiv. Iodine 100mcg)

130.80mcg

HERB
Fucus vesiculosus whole plant dry (Kelp) (equiv. Iodine 50mcg)

294.12mcg

Total Iodine: 150mcg

 

Free from dairy, lactose, yeast, wheat, gluten, egg, fish, preservatives, artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners.

TGA Listing: AUST L 200385

Braun L., Cohen M. (2010) Vitamin D, Herbs and Natural Supplements-An Evidence Based Guide, Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.

Braun L., Cohen M. (2010) Iodine, Herbs and Natural Supplements-An Evidence Based Guide, Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.

Hendler, S.S. (2008) Vitamin D, PDR for Nutritional Supplements, Thomson Reuters.

Hendler, S.S. (2008) Iodine, PDR for Nutritional Supplements, Thomson Reuters.

Hendler, S.S. (2008) Vitamin K1, PDR for Nutritional Supplements, Thomson Reuters.

Higdon, J. (2003) Vitamin D, An Evidence Based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals, Thieme.

Higdon, J. (2003) Iodine, An Evidence Based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals, Thieme.

Higdon, J. (2003) Vitamin K1, An Evidence Based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals, Thieme.

Holick, MF. (2007) Vitamin D3, Optimal Vitamin D status for the Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis, Drugs Aging.

NHMRC, (2006) Vitamin K, Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand.

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