Liquid Vitamin K2-D3
Healthy bones and blood circulation
Liquid formulation of vitamins K2 and D3
MARNYS® Vitamin K2&D3 in liquid format with certified, high quality that also enables the rapid release of the active ingredient and its uptake by the body. Vitamins K2 and D3 promote bone maintenance and blood coagulation.
MARNYS® liquid vitamin K2&D3 is an excellent food supplement for people who want to maintain their bone system and bone development in children, individuals who want to maintain good blood coagulation function, good muscle tone and a normal absorption and use of calcium by the body.
The formulation of MARNYS® Vitamin K2&D3 offers the following advantages:
- The formulation vehicle for Vitamin D3 is Extra Virgin Olive Oil, which provides less susceptibility to oxidation, thus bestowing high stability.
- Vitamin K2 is Menaquinone-7, which has got an effective bioavailability and the longest half-life (Kanellakis, 2012).
- Easy dosage and intake due to its liquid format, being very useful in children, elderly or in people with difficulty swallowing.
Vitamins K2 and D3 in MARNYS® Vitamin K2&D3 show the following properties (EFSA):
- Contributes to normal maintenance of bones, teeth and muscle function. In addition, vitamin D is necessary for normal bone growth and development in children.
- Contributes to normal uptake and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus, as well as to normal blood calcium levels.
- Contributes to normal immune system function, even in children.
- Contributes to normal blood coagulation.
- Contributes to normal bone maintenance.
- HOW TO USE
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HOW TO USE
Take 0.5 ml a day, preferably in the morning.
Vitamin K2 (Menaquinone-7) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) in an extra virgin olive oil base.
· Food supplements should not be used as a substitiute for a balanced nutrition.
· It is recommended to keep a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
· Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
· Keep away from children.
· Do not store at a temperatures above 30ºC.
TO KNOW MORE
What is vitamin K and how many types are there?
The first evidence regarding the existence of vitamin K occurred in 1929 while Henrik Dam was investigating diets free of sterols in chickens that developed internal bleeding and blood drawn from chickens slowly coagulated. In 1935, Dam proposed that the healing factor present in plant and animal sources was a new fat-soluble vitamin he called vitamin K. In 1939, Doisy’s group isolated an active compound named vitamin K1 from alfalfa and another, vitamin K2, from rotten fishmeal.