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Full Spectrum Vitamin K

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90 Sgels

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  • Does not contain preservatives, diluents or artificial additives

  • Taking with a fat-containing meal may further enhance absorption

  • Includes the important K2 part of the Vitamin K family
Full Spectrum Vitamin K is a comprehensive vitamin K formula containing three forms of vitamin K, as well as representative forms of the other fat soluble vitamins, A, D and E as gamma and delta tocotrienols.
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Product Description:

Full Spectrum Vitamin K

  • Does not contain preservatives, diluents or artificial additives

  • Taking with a fat-containing meal may further enhance absorption

  • Includes the important K2 part of the Vitamin K family
Full Spectrum Vitamin K is a comprehensive vitamin K formula containing three forms of vitamin K, as well as representative forms of the other fat soluble vitamins, A, D and E as gamma and delta tocotrienols.

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Full Spectrum Vitamin K

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Softgel

Servings Per Container 90

  Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Vitamin A (from Cod Liver Oil) 200 IU 4%
Vitamin C (from Ascorbyl Palmitate) 25 mg 42%
Vitamin D3 (90% from Cod Liver Oil and 10% from Skipjack and Tuna Liver Oil) 400 IU 100%
Vitamin K (from 1000 mcg vitamin K1 Phytonadione, 3000 mcg vitamin K2 Menaquionnone-4 and 50 mcg vitamin K2 Menaquinone-7) 4050 mcg 5063%
Tocotrienols (as DeltaGOLD™ tocotrienols containing 90% delta-tocotrienols and 10% gamma-tocotrienols) 5 mg *

*Daily value not established.

Other Ingredients: Sunflower oil, gelatin, glycerin, water, yellow beeswax, carob extract, soy lecithin, zinc oxide.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement,1 softgel one or two times daily, with meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Taking with a fat-containing meal may further enhance absorption. Contraindicated with use of anticoagulant drugs.

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Full Spectrum Vitamin K 5 5 2 2
Full spectrum K This Vitamin K supplement is well balanced with a combination of vitamins A, C, D3, and E, that help it work more effectively. Studies have shown these vitamins may help boost the immune system. I haven't found another product that is even in the same ballpark as this one. Excellent product... February 6, 2014
MK-7 vs MK-4; the "Jury is still out"... ...as to whether MK-7 manufacturers and supplement vendors' claims that MK-7 is "superior" to MK-4. Just because MK-7 has a longer half-life in the human body does NOT mean it is preferred by the human body. Perhaps MK-7 longer half-life is due to the body's PREFERENCE for MK-4? Indeed, it is now known that MK-4 performs a few vital functions MK-7 is unable to do as well. One example: MK-7 isn't capable of activating PKA-dependent transcription in bone cells whereas MK-4 can and does perform this vital function. Me? I'm "hedging my bets" by taking both forms of Vitamin K2. Likely, IMO, further research will bare out the fact that we all should of been taking more MK-4 #and less MK-7# all along. Still a LOT of research needs to be done so do not put your health at risk by "buying the hype" put out by those who have a ve$ted interest in selling you only MK-7. Ask yourself this question: If the body has such a great need for MK-7 then why is it that its main natural sources of Vitamin K2 are, in fact, MK-4? Again, there are many, many unanswered questions begging in-depth research. January 21, 2013
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