Frequently Asked Questions: Other Questions

What is stoss therapy?

Stoss therapy Most of our customers take the following:
1 x a day: 1 Capsule WLS Vitamin D3 50.000 IE (best with breakfast, with a little fat or a spoonful of coconut oil, which improves intake).
1 x a day: 1 Capsule WLS Vitamin K2 complex 500 Mcg (MK 7)
2 x a day: 2 Capsules WLS Magnesium Citrate 400 mg (=1600 mg)

This is referred to as stoss therapy and retains D3 until your blood count rises above 50. This is relatively fast and you will soon feel a significant improvement. Unfortunately, it is difficult to say exactly how long it takes, as the timing is different for each person.

We therefore recommend taking a vitamin D self-test for an accurate reading.
Once you feel that your blood counts have reached the desired target, we recommend a two-week break and a retest.

Stoss therapy is different for each person. It takes different amounts of time for D3 to reach the correct value (about 50-90). Ideal blood levels are between 50 and 90. At that point, we often receive messages from our customers that they are feeling much better. If the level is too high, you should stop taking vitamin D for 2 to 3 weeks while continuing to take vitamin K2 and magnesium.

If the value in nanograms is under 30, that means there is a lack of vitamin D. According to current studies, the optimal value is between 50 and 90 nanograms. If the value is higher than 100, however, we recommend that you stop taking vitamin D for some time.

Why is vitamin D so important?

Vitamin D is important for general good health, and researchers are now discovering that vitamin D may be important for many other reasons outside of good bone health. Some of the functions of the body that vitamin D helps with include:

  • Immune system, which helps you to fight infection
  • Muscle function
  • Cardiovascular function, for a healthy heart and circulation
  • Respiratory system - for healthy lungs and airways
  • Brain development
  • Anti-cancer effects

Doctors are still working to fully understand how vitamin D works within your body and how it affects your overall health. If your body doesn't get enough vitamin D to keep it healthy, this is called vitamin D deficiency. Severe vitamin D deficiency can sometimes cause a condition called rickets in children and a condition called osteomalacia in adults.
Both of these conditions cause soft, thin, and brittle bones. A lack of vitamin D has also been linked to some other conditions such as cancer, asthma, type II diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, Alzheimer's and autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Crohn's and type I diabetes.
Your body gets vitamin D mainly from sunlight, though very small amounts can also be found in a few foods. You can also get vitamin D by taking supplements.

Why have you combined vitamin D3 with vitamin K2?

We have various products in which we have combined D3 and vitamin K2-MK7. Our body needs vitamin D for strong bones. But vitamin K also contributes to maintaining strong bones. Both vitamins play an important role in calcium balance; they promote the accumulation of calcium in the bones. This is important for maintaining strong bones. An imbalance of vitamin D and K can cause calcium buildup in the arteries. This can result in narrowing of the arteries and osteoporosis.

Why should I order a trial pack from Celebrate? What are the benefits? 

Ordering a trial pack is a great way to find out if the vitamins and minerals are suitable for you beforehand. It is important that you can tolerate them and that you also enjoy the taste, as they are designed to be a lifelong supplement.