The Healthy Blood and Bone Vitamin
Vitamin K2 is a blood clotting factor, and is also important in bone formation. Major deficiency associations include osteoporosis.
Dietary sources include: broccoli, spinach, green tea, green cabbage, tomato.
NOTE: Do not supplement Vitamin K if you are on anti-epileptic medication.
Optimal daily amounts of Vitamin K are easily obtained from Dr. Myatt’s Maxi Multi – a comprehensive multiple vitamin and mineral nutrient formula. Click here for full information.
Super K with Advanced K2 Complex Softgels
This upgraded Super K formula provides vitamin K1 and the MK-4 and MK-7 forms of vitamin K2 in just one daily softgel. This provides the precise amount of the long-acting MK-7 form of vitamin K2 that recent human studies have shown provides optimal K2 levels over a 24-hour period. The MK-4 is included to provide the rapid increase in vitamin K blood levels that may account for its beneficial effects in certain studies.
Product #N319 – 90 softgel capsules -$25.97
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Super K with Advanced K2 Complex Supplement Facts Serving Size 1 softgel Servings Per Container 90 Amount Per Serving Vitamin K activity 2100 mcg From: Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-7) 100 mcg Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-4) 1000 mcg Vitamin K1 1000 mcg Medium chain triglycerides (MCT oil) 215 mg Ascorbyl palmitate (antioxidant) 25 mg Other ingredients: gelatin, glycerin, beeswax, water, carob. Contains tree nuts. This product contains NO milk, egg, fish, peanuts, crustacean shellfish (lobster, crab, shrimp), soybeans, wheat, yeast, gluten, corn, or rice. Contains NO sugar, and no artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors, or preservatives. Dosage and Use Take one softgel daily with a meal, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner. Do not take with fiber supplements. Caution Warning to Coumadin® (warfarin) Drug Users
Patients prescribed vitamin K-antagonist anti-coagulant prescription drugs like warfarin should consult their physician before taking vitamin K supplements. There is evidence, however, that users of drugs like warfarin could benefit from a consistent low dose of supplemental vitamin K. Ask your doctor if you can take a low dose (45 mcg a day) of vitamin K2 in the long-acting MK-7 form for the purpose of stabilizing your INR levels and also protecting your body against long-term vitamin K deficit. Do not initiate any form of vitamin K supplementation without full cooperation of your treating doctor, as your doctor may need to increase your dose of warfarin to compensate for the vitamin K you supplement with. Dr. Myatt can provide low-dose vitamin K for physician consideration.