Oila has stationed a medical team at Kourosh Complex to provide free vitamin D checkups. The Oila Health Station has been deployed at Kourosh Complex from February 23 until April 4.
The campaign is launched to respond to a common nutritional disorder (vitamin D deficiency) and its dangerous side-effects.
The main causes of vitamin D deficiency are poor diet and insufficient sun exposure. Oila has released a vitamin-D fortified oil to the market for the first time in Iran.
It is worth mentioning that few food products contain this vitamin, such as fish oil and fatty fish, which do not comprise a major share of the Iranian diet.
For the first time, Oila has released a vitamin D fortified oil to the market, which improves physical function of the body and reduces the incidence of certain cancers, cardiovascular diseases, infections, and autoimmune diseases (such as type 1 diabetes, MS, and rheumatoid arthritis).
Since vitamin D deficiency is one of the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome, hyperhidrosis, bone pain, and depression, adjusting its bodily intake can also help treat such disorders.
In general, oil fortification is an approach for compensating for vitamin D deficiency that has also been implemented in other countries, including France.