Liovital® AD contains cod liver oil, vitamins A, B1, D, E, pollen, rovai jellv, glycine and zinc. Vitamin A plays an important role in maintaining the trophism of the mucous membranes. vitamin D promotes the absorption of calcium and phos-phorus and contributes to the maintenance of normai bones; zinc contributes to the maintenance of normai cognitive and bone function.
Vitamin A. E and zinc also promote the normai function of the immune svstem. Vitamin B1 contributes to normai energy metabolism and normai functioning of the nervous system, while vitamin E guarantees the protection of cells from oxidative stress. Pollen extract and royal jelly are substances with higt nutritional value.
|Functional Ingredient||For 1 vial|
|Vitamin A||1,2 mg|
|Vitamin D||12,5 mcg|
|Vitamin B1||25 mg|
|Vitamin E||30 mg|
|Royal Jelly||65 mg|
|Cod liver oil||200 mg|
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Vitamin A, or retinol, is a fat-soluble vitamin of fundamental importance for our eyesight; together with its precursors, carotenoids, it constitutes rhodopsin, a substance present on the retina, indispensable for providing the eye with light sensitivity and therefore maintaining the physiological visual capacity. It covers countless functions such as strengthening and maintaining healthy skin, hair and mucous membranes, participates in enzymatic processes for bone development and supports the normal function of the immune system. It also contributes to normal iron metabolism and intervenes in the process of cell specialization.
Vitamin D, is a fat-soluble vitamin synthesized by our body, through the absorption of the sun’s rays operated by the skin. It is best known for its functions of regulating calcium homeostasis: useful for the normal development, growth and maintenance of a healthy skeleton. Vitamin D, in fact, regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphate in the intestine, the mobilization of calcium in the bones and the reabsorption of calcium in the kidney. Vitamin D also intervenes in the process of cell division and contributes to the homeostasis of the immune system. Vitamin D promotes the synthesis of the proteins that make up the muscle fibers.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) , is a water-soluble vitamin and, since the body is unable to store it, a continuous dietary intake is required. Contributes to the transformation of substances Vitamin A, or retinol, is a fat-soluble vitamin of fundamental importance for our sight; together with its precursors, carotenoids, it constitutes rhodopsin, a substance present on the retina, indispensable for providing the eye with light sensitivity and therefore maintaining the physiological visual capacity. It covers countless functions such as strengthening and maintaining healthy skin, hair and mucous membranes, participates in enzymatic processes for bone development and supports the normal function of the immune system. It also contributes to the normal metabolism of iron and intervenes in the process of cell specialization. Symptoms related to thiamine deficiency may include anorexia, a feeling of general malaise and palpitations.
Vitamin E, is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is stored in the liver. It is absorbed by the intestinal mucosa thanks to the presence of dietary fats. Its concentration in the blood is regulated by the liver. Its presence in the intestine also favors the absorption of other vitamins, such as vitamin A and vitamin D. It acts as a powerful antioxidant, protecting it from damage caused by free radicals and cellular aging.
Zinc, a mineral found in our body in small quantities, is a component of hundreds of enzyme complexes involved in the metabolism of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids. It guarantees the proper functioning of various hormones, including those of the thyroid, insulin, sex hormones and growth hormone. In particular, it contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood, to normal fertility and reproduction. Promotes normal acid-base metabolism and vitamin A. It is also involved in the process of cell division, supports the functionality of the immune system and protects cells from oxidative stress.It has a fundamental role in protein synthesis, in maintaining cognitive function and visual capacity.Finally, it contributes to the maintenance of bones, hair, nails, and skin. Gammoh NZ, Rink L. Zinc in Infection and Inflammation. Nutrients. 2017 Jun 17;9(6):624. doi: 10.3390/nu9060624
Pollen, a complete food derived from plants rich in essential nutrients such as proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids, and fatty acids, phenolic compounds, vitamins, and minerals. Restores strength to convalescents, too fatigued and weakened people.
Royal Jelly is secreted by the hypopharyngeal and mandibular glands of nurse worker bees; this substance is intended for the nourishment of all the larvae during their first 3 days of life; the larvae that are destined to become queen bees will continue to be fed with this substance for all the time preceding their metamorphosis. Royal jelly provides precious nutrients, in particular, amino acids and trace elements; it is useful in cases of psychophysical weakness.
Cod liver oil is a product obtained from the fresh liver of cod and is renowned for its richness in polyunsaturated fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin A, vitamin D and vitamin E (see Vitamin A and Vitamin D).