Created to support healthy bones, muscle and immunity, K2 + D3 is good for ingredient dosage and purity, providing the physiologically active forms of each nutrient. 60 tablets
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The way vitamins and minerals work in the body is important: to get the maximum benefit from vitamin D, the presence of cofactors is crucial.
Too few realise that vitamin K is an essential cofactor of vitamin D, the pair working in tandem to strengthen bones.
While vitamin D helps get calcium in the body, vitamin K activates proteins which guide that calcium into bones and teeth and away from arteries and organs.
You can read more about the relationship between vitamins D and K here.
Although there are three forms of vitamin K (K1, K2 and K3), K2 remains biologically active in the body for longer than the others. It is also better absorbed.
D3, meanwhile, is the optimal form of vitamin D. Identical to the kind produced by the body, we use it at least three times more efficiency than D2.
Using a good-quality supplement like WHC’s Vitamin K2 + D3 MenaQ7 Crystals is an excellent way of aiding bone, muscle and immune health, as well as helping to maintain proper blood calcium levels.
The supplement contains the vitamin K2 type known as menaquinone 7 (MK-7), a soy-free equivalent to natto, the staple of traditional Japanese breakfasts.
Caution: If you’re taking blood-thinning medication such as Warfarin or Coumadin, you should consult your doctor before taking vitamin K.
bulking agents: cellulose, calcium phosphate; menaquinone 7 (MenaQ7 Crystals); cholecalciferol; humectant: cross-linked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose; anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide; glazing agent: vegetal magnesium stearate.
1 tablet contains:
MenaQ7 crystals: menaquinone-7 90mcg ( 120%NRV )
Cholecalciferol ( Vitamin D ) 25 mcg ( 1000IU, 250% NRV )
for adults, 1 pearl tablet per day with the main meal. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. One pack contains 60 tablets.
Keep out of reach of small children.
If you’re taking blood-thinning medication such as Warfarin or Coumarin, you should consult your doctor before taking vitamin K.