Cataplex D

Cataplex D

Cataplex D

      Supports Bone Tissue and Increases Bioavailability of calcium

The vitamin D complex found in cataplex D supplies essential nutrients for maintaining healthy bones, muscle, teeth, and epithelial tissue. Vitamin D plays an important role in cell replication and tissue formation and helps maintain a healthy immune system. The vitamin D in cataplex D increases the availability and absorption of calcium by all tissues. Vitamin D also helps control  levels of calcium and phosphate, which work together at the cellular level to supply energy and the materials for growth and repair. Calcium also plays a significant role in the growth process, influencing reproductive health and keeping bones and teeth at the appropriate density for proper growth and maintenance. Vitamin A is essential to the normal growth and is also supportive of reproductive health.


How Cataplex D keeps You Healthy

Builds strong bones and teeth

Vitamin D maintains calcium and phosphate levels to ensure correct mineralization of bones. Vitamin D also plays a role in calcium absorption. Vitamin D requires several other nutrients for assimilation, including the calcium and the vitamin A present in Cataplex D. The human body contains more calcium than any other mineral. Almost 90 percent of that calcium is used in bones and teeth.


Supports normal growth and reproductive health

Vitamin A is essential to the synthesis of ribonucleic acid (RNA) in its role in the normal growth process. Vitamin A also supports reproductive health by participating in both RNA and protein synthesis. Vitamin A helps support health sperm in males and supports healthy pregnancy in females. Calcium works with phosphorus at the cellular level, reacting with proteins, fats, and carbohydrates to supply energy abdf the materials for proper growth and repair of cells


Promotes healthy immune function

Vitamin D is recognized as fundamental to the developement and control of important cells in the immune system, including lymphocytes and macrophages. Vitamin D acts on immune cells, producing a variety of chemical messengers. Adequate levels of vitamin d are required in these processes to maintain the integrity of the immune system.