Lipoline® D3+K2

Vitamin K2 is a constituent present in fermented products and cheeses. Many people suffer from K2 deficiency. It has been proven that in nature the largest amount of K2 is found in a Japanese food called natto. Until recently, it was believed that the required daily dose of vitamin K2 was provided through microbiological biosynthesis by bacteria living in the intestines, but this turned out not to be enough. Its diminution can cause the weakening of bone strength and the inhibition of cell growth.

Vitamin D allows calcium to be absorbed very effectively. However, it can also work against our body – calcium can accumulate in the coronary arteries, not in the bones. Vitamin K2 helps the body to deposit calcium in the bones, which is where it is needed. It has also been proven that the safety of vitamin D also depends on vitamin K, and that vitamin D toxicity (although practically absent in the form of D3) is caused by vitamin K2 deficiency.

Vitamin K:

  • helps to maintain healthy bones
  • contributes to proper blood clotting

Vitamin D:

  • helps in the correct absorption/use of calcium and phosphorus
  • helps to maintain proper calcium levels in the blood
  • helps to maintain healthy bones
  • helps to maintain healthy teeth
  • helps in the proper functioning of muscles
  • helps the immune system to function properly

Vitamin D3 – 50 μg (2000 IU) in 4 ml
Vitamin K2 – 100 μg in 4 ml