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Vitamin D3 is the preferred form of supplemental vitamin D; it is the same form as is naturally produced by the body in response to sunlight. Vitamin K2 is provided as MK-7, the most effective form that lasts the longest within the body compared with other form. 3 drops provide 1000 IU (25mcg) of vitamin D3 and 45 mcg of vitamin K2.

Vitamin D3 with K2 is a pleasant tasting liquid formula with a natural orange flavour, which allows flexible dosing. Suggested use is 3 drops 1 to 2 times daily.

• Synergistic vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 for more efficacy

• Supports bone health

• Can boost natural immunity

• Can support healthier bones and teeth

• May help boost mood

• Provides D3, the same natural form of vitamin D produced by the body

This liquid formula allows flexible dosing and makes it easier to absorb by the body. It contains 1000iu of vitamin D3 and 45mcg of vitamin K2 per 3 drops. Vitamin D is needed for calcium to be transported to bones and low levels can be quite common, especially during the winter months. It also helps balance the immune system. Vitamin K works synergistically with vitamin D to ensure that calcium is absorbed and taken to bones. Vitamin K is also needed for normal cardiovascular function.

What are the benefits of vitamin D?
Vitamin D is vital for a healthy body but it's estimated that 1 in 5 people in the UK is vitamin D deficient. For most of us, we just can't get the sun exposure needed to produce adequate amounts of vitamin D. Did you know that it's impossible to get enough vitamin D from food sources? So for many of us, supplementation is key.

Adequate levels of vitamin D are necessary for the normal functioning of the immune system.

Our teeth and bones require good levels of vitamin D for optimum mineralisation and vitamin D plays a crucial role in the utilisation of calcium and phosphorus.

Vitamin D is required for normal muscle function and cell division, it is, therefore, important for every single cell in the body.

Why include Vitamin K?
Vitamin K contributes to the maintenance of normal bones, working synergistically with vitamin D to ensure that calcium is not only absorbed but sent to our bones where we need it the most.

Who is it suitable for?
Previously recommended just to groups deemed to be at risk, Public Health England now recommends everyone takes vitamin D supplements, especially during the autumn and winter. Vitamin K is often taken by those wanting to support the maintenance of normal bones, such as postmenopausal women.

Where is the vitamin D sourced from?
The vitamin D3 is derived from lanolin (sheep wool). It is, therefore, suitable for vegetarians but not vegans.

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