Vitamin K2 capsules

Vitamin K2 capsules


Packaging:   60 pcs

Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) plays an important role in blood clotting and is also vital for bone health as it helps calcium to be incorporated into the bones.

Unit price: 0,07 €/piece

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What is vitamin K2 good for?

Effect of vitamin K2 capsules

    • Support for bone health: Vitamin K2 contributes to the proper absorption of calcium into the bones, thereby helping to maintain bone density.
    • Proper teeth: Vitamin K2 can contribute to the formation and maintenance of strong and healthy teeth by absorbing calcium.
    • In addition, it is also a component of many other processes necessary for the functioning of living organisms. Vitamin K2 is produced by certain bacteria in the colon; in old age or as a result of antibiotic treatment, its production may decrease, so its replacement may be necessary.

Vitamin K2 deficiency?

Many people are curious about the symptoms of vitamin K2 deficiency. Although scientific research shows that vitamin K2 deficiency is relatively rare, it is still important to make sure that you get enough of it in your body.
Whether from natural sources or supplements, adequate vitamin K2 intake can help maintain our health.
The deficiency can potentially cause problems, for example, weakening of the bones and a decrease in bone density, but the positive effects of vitamin K2 on the cardiovascular system may also be lacking in this case.

What is vitamin K2 in?

From what sources can we get vitamin K2? Vitamin K2 is found in animal and fermented foods, but you can read about other sources of vitamin K2 on many forums. Among other things, they mention that meat and meat products (beef liver, pork loin, chicken, bacon, bacon, ground beef) are sources of vitamin K2 in smaller quantities, as well as that K2 can also be found in dairy products, aged cheeses and eggs. -vitamin. Green leafy vegetables are primarily a source of vitamin K1, just to name a few examples: spinach, Swiss chard, salads and kale.

If you have read Dr. Gábor Lenkei’s book Censored Health, you will know the extent to which the nutritional content of food has plummeted, and this process continues to this day. That is why it is worth taking care of supplementing vitamins and minerals.
But don’t forget that, in addition to vitamin K, we need all 15 vitamins, 10 minerals and various trace elements every blessed day. In the right amount! Dr. Lenkei Vitality Multivitamins provide this.

How long have we known about vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 is a very fashionable product these days, but it was not discovered until the last few years. More than 80 years ago, the American dentist Weston Price, seeing the very high level of problems with the teeth of the American population (decay, deterioration, distortions), decided to start research and traveled to various isolated parts of the Earth, where the inhabitants did not come into contact with “civilization”. , to study their health and physical development. He summarized his research over the next 10 years in his book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, in which he wrote about a nutrient that, according to him, has a very good effect on the teeth and the body as a whole. This nutrient has become known as vitamin K2.

According to other studies, vitamin K2 is also involved in bone-forming processes, and together with vitamin D, it contributes to the incorporation of vital proteins into the bones, so that the bones are able to bind minerals. Vitamin K2 contributes to preventing the excessive activity of the cells responsible for breaking down bones, and promotes the incorporation of calcium into the bones.

What destroys vitamin K*?

The enemies of vitamin K are antibiotics, painkillers and blood thinners. It is also destroyed by X-rays and other types of radiation. Vitamin E helps the body use vitamin K.
* The collective term vitamins K refers to three different compounds. Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone), which we get from food, vitamin K2 (menaquinone), which is mainly produced by our gut bacteria, and vitamin K3 (menadione), which is a synthetic form of vitamin K.


Vitamin K2 100 µg capsule, dietary supplement

Recommended daily dose: 1 capsule

Active ingredient in 1 capsule: NRV%
Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) 100 mcg 133%

bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose; hydroxypropyl methylcellulose; bulking agent: dicalcium phosphate; menaquinone.
(NRV = nutritional reference value)
Dietary supplements do not replace a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

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