Vitamin D3 and K2 Sublingual Spray™
You may have been taking a vitamin D3 supplement for some time, thinking that you're receiving more than enough bone support. But new research suggests that vitamin K2 plays a critical role in the process. For decades, vitamin D3 and vitamin K have been considered 'stand-alone' vitamins. But really your health can't benefit from one without the other, It's true! So, get the most out of Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 today, in one sublingual spray formula!
- To Help Support Normal Immune System Response
- Better Calcium Absorption
- Better Phosphorus Absorption In The Blood And Bones
- The Worlds Only Vegan & Vegetarian Society Registered Vitamin D3
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Vitamin D-3 and K-2 Sublingual Spray™ in One Effective Sublingual Spray
Contrary to popular belief, more calcium in the diet won't prevent osteoporosis. Calcium supplements that can't be broken down by your body will create hard deposits in soft tissue that could soon enough cause premature aging, coronary artery disease, obesity, diabetes, and osteoporosis. Your body needs vitamin K2 and vitamin D3 to support calcium absorption and reabsorption for effective bone mineralization. If not, you'll have countless calcium deposits throughout your body that bad bacteria feed on and form hard shells around. These shells can trap toxins and environmental chemicals inside the deposits, attracting even more bacteria and viruses.
Vitamin K2 is the most bioavailable form of vitamin K2 and the only vegan approved Vitamin D3 available. This combination, which absorbs directly in the mouth, helps to support calcium absorption and reabsorption and promote well-balanced health.
Vitamin D3 can improve calcium absorption, but vitamin K is just as vital to route calcium in the body. Vitamin K2 directs calcium to bones to prevent calcium deposits in arteries, joints, and organs. Without vitamin K2, calcium in your body could do more harm than good without direction from vitamin K2.
Together, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 will support calcium absorption and reabsorption into the bones.