The main form of vitamin D3 found in humans is 25-hydroxy calcifediol, which is also the main form of vitamin D in our bodies. Adding a hydroxyl group to the 25 carbon atoms of vitamin D3 gives you 25-hydroxy calcifediol, a series of biochemical reactions that are completed in our bodies.
25-hydroxy calcifediol, which is converted from vitamin D in our bodies, plays an important role in maintaining our health, growth, development, and normal physiological function, This is when vitamin D is converted to 25-hydroxy calcifediol and when it enters the kidney, it is converted to 1, 25-dihydroxy vitamin D. As a bioactive component, 25-hydroxy calcifediol can be widely used in medicine, health products, and other fields.
In the blood, 25-hydroxy calcifediol is more likely to circulate and be absorbed by the body than vitamin D3, however, it may help us maintain our vitamin D needs and also promote bone health. In addition, 25-hydroxy calcifediol helps to improve the survival rate of chickens and reduce the morbidity rate of chickens during chicken rearing.