Vitamin K and Vitamin D are both essential to the constructive functioning of the body, but when taken together they effects of both are enhanced. Nootropa K2/D3 is formulated to optimize this relationship and provide the best outcomes to our customers.
Calcium is essential for strong bones and teeth, but did you know that taken alone, it may increase your risk of cardiovascular calcium deposits. K2/D3 work in concert with calcium to build bones and protect the heart from calcification.
Studies have shown that many healthy people are deficient in Vitamin K2 and Vitamin D3 and are not even aware of it. Deficiencies in these minerals can lead to osteoporosis, heart disease and other significant health conditions.
Quick Overview for K2/D3
Some estimates suggest that near 45% of people have some form of Vitamin D deficiency. We typically get this vitamin from being in the sunshine, but between office work, commuting, and technology driven lifestyles many turn to supplementation to get what they need. But what is the K2 for you may be wondering?
Vitamin K and Vitamin D should be taken together as their benefits as a team are greater than their benefits alone. These two vitamins together regulate calcium in the body. They send calcium to the skeletal systems that requires it, and help move calcium out of soft tissues where it can cause stones and other issues. In tandem they protect the heart, prevent bone loss, and can prevent aging.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 should always be taken together. These two vitamins work together to make sure that calcium from food is put into the bones and not the arteries. Vitamin D is the key to a long and healthy life.
Yes, you can take vitamin D3 and K2 separately. Vitamin D3 is important for maintaining bone health, while vitamin K2 is important for ensuring that calcium is deposited into bones and teeth rather than into other tissues in the body. Some people take a vitamin D3 supplement and a vitamin K2 supplement to make sure they are getting enough of both vitamins.
Taking K2 and D3 in the morning works best. It is easier for some people to remember to take vitamin D at the start of the day than later in the day. Taking vitamin D supplements at night may affect your sleep.
People with a history of kidney stones or other kidney problems should avoid taking K2 supplements, as they can exacerbate these conditions. Additionally, people who are suffering from sarcoidosis, high amount of calcium or phosphate in the blood should avoid taking these supplements.