Vitamin D3 with K2 liquid
While it has long been known that vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium, it is vitamin K, through its osteocalcin carboxylation mechanism, that delivers calcium to the bones rather than being absorbed into the organs, joint spaces and arteries. Vitamin K comes in 3 main forms: K1 (phylloquinone), derived from foods such as green leafy vegetables; K2 (menaquinone), which comes from bacteria; and K3 (menadione), which is a synthetic analogue. Many studies have shown that vitamin K2 is involved in bone formation. In addition, although both K1 and K2 are delivered to the liver, most of the K1 is used for clotting, and the little that remains is used to support the body's needs elsewhere. The profoundly different degrees of bioavailability between K1 and K2 are due to differences in the structure of these two forms of the vitamin; only 10-20% of vitamin K1 that is absorbed from the diet makes it to the bloodstream, whereas the long side chain of vitamin K2 allows it to bind to circulating lipid particles and facilitate its arrival in soft tissues, bones and arteries. There are two forms of vitamin K2 commonly used in supplements: MK-4 and Mk-7. The MK-7 form has been shown to have 6 times the activity of MK-4 in the blood. MK-7 was also shown to remain in the blood about nine times longer than MK-4 (72 hours versus 8 hours), making it the optimal form of K2 for health.
Adults: Take one drop per day. Can be mixed in the drink of your choice.
Non-medicinal ingredients: Medium chaintriglycerides . To be sure this product is right for you, always read the label and follow the directions.
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