Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2  Menaquinone. VitaMK7®  |  11,25 μg  |  Found in cheese, egg yolk, natto (japanese food composed of fermented soya beans)


- Bone Health

- Healthy Skin

- Heart Health

The form we use lasts longer in the body, meaning it could work smarter than other forms as MK4 and K1

Vitamin K2 helps deposit calcium into bones

Synergies with Vitamin D on bone and cardiovascular health

Only natural K2 vitamin made in EU

Vitamin K is an essential nutrient: it helps you use the calcium in your body to maintain healthy bones.

“Vitamin K,” the generic name for a family of compounds with a common chemical structure, including phylloquinone (vitamin K1) and a series of menaquinones (vitamin K2). K1 is present primarily in green leafy vegetables, but how about Vitamin K2?

Vitamin K2 is not present in the foods that make up a typical western diet, so it's common for people to be getting less than the recommended daily amount. It is present in natto, a food popular in Japan, and in liver meats and egg yolks.

Recent evidence suggests that vitamin K has potential health benefits far beyond its role in activating coagulation factors. It appears that vitamin K2 (menaquinones) play an important role in optimal bone and cardiovascular health, by allowing certain proteins to be activated.

This research is for informational use only. The results reported may not necessarily occur in all individuals. This information should not be read to recommend or endorse any specific products