Since vitamin D is formed in the skin by sunlight and one often does not receive the necessary amount of sunlight in everyday life to achieve an optimal vitamin D level (especially in the winter months or when using sunscreen with a high sun protection factor), a vitamin D deficiency can occur in the long term. Liver, kidney and intestinal diseases can also lead to a vitamin D deficiency.
This can remain undetected for a long time. However, vitamin D is very important for the human body as it regulates various metabolic processes, especially the calcium balance. A deficiency can lead to reduced bone density (osteoporosis) and increased bone fractures. A sufficient level of vitamin D ensures the development and maintenance of healthy bones. Furthermore, the latest studies point to a possible reduction in the risk of breast and prostate cancer as well as the risk of depression. By means of blood tests a possible lack can be uncovered and be balanced in the future.
|25-OH-Vitamin D||27,98 €|
|blood sampling||4,20 €|
|Sum incl. VAT (19%)||42,58 €|