- Doppelherz Aktiv osteoporosis is a complex of active ingredients used in people at increased risk for osteoporosis, a shortage of calcium or vitamin D, and incidentally fractures.
Calcium carbonate (1250 mg, 69% by weight of the tablet), the filler cellulose, magnesium oxide (Mg), fillers: gum acacia, and cellulose gum, cross-linked; anti-caking agents: talc, silicon dioxide and magnesium salts of fatty acids; bulking agent: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, color: titanium dioxide, glazing agent: polyethylene glycol, cholecalciferol (vitamin D3), phytomenadione (wit.K1).
Effectiveness Doppelherz Aktiv osteoporosis is based on the interaction of nutrients, which are building blocks for bones, such as calcium and magnesium, and vitamin D and vitamin K. Calcium and vitamin D reduces the risk of fractures caused by osteoporosis, which weakens bone strength in postmenopausal women and men over 50 years of age. Vitamin D has a positive effect on coordination, especially in older people, which minimizes the risk of falls and bone fractures. It also helps in maintaining muscle corset. Vitamin K works by stimulating bone mineralization, together with vitamin D and magnesium increases calcium absorption.
The product recommended especially postmenopausal women and men over the age of 50. Used in diets deficient in cheese and other dairy products and calcium deficiency resulting from hormonal disorders, diabetes, and use of corticosteroids. The deficiency of vitamin D (with low sun exposure or when using UV filters on the skin), and low physical activity, during pregnancy and while breast-feeding (to rebuild the deposit bone) and fractures.
1 tablet daily. In order to increase the absorption of calcium take a supplement before meals. Those on non-dairy diet: 2 tablets a day. The tablet can be shared.
To achieve the desired effect usual formulation is long-term - if in doubt, consult your doctor.
Before using tell your doctor: kidney failure, kidney stones, hyperparathyroidism, pregnant (or breastfeeding) and the use of diuretics or digoxin and doxycycline.