Vitamin D3 K2
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Vitamin D3 & Vitamin K2.
Vitamin D3|K2 is a vitamin complex consisting of the essential vitamins D and K. Vitamins are organic compounds that play an important role in dozens of metabolic reactions in the human body. Since we cannot produce vitamins ourselves to meet our needs, we must take in the essential molecules with food or through supplements. Especially in our latitudes, there is a widespread vitamin D deficiency due to shallow sunlight:
Based on a recent study, an average of 40% of the population in Europe is undersupplied with vitamin D - in Germany, the proportion is as high as 56%. Independent expert groups, on the other hand, recommend a higher reference laboratory value. Based on this, 8 out of 10 people in German-speaking countries have a vitamin D deficiency.(R)
Effect with effect.
Function of vitamin D3|K2.
Vitamin D, sometimes also called the sun vitamin, is responsible for countless key functions and many tasks in the human body. On the one hand, it ensures that our intestines can sufficiently absorb the minerals calcium and phosphate from food. On the other hand, it contributes to the maintenance of bones and teeth as well as normal muscle function and supports the function of the immune system.
Vitamin K ensures normal blood clotting and, like vitamin D, helps maintain normal bones and therefore forms a useful supplement to vitamin D supplementation. This reinforcing effects of vitamins D3 and K2 are the focus of current research.
Ingestion - your Essentials recipe.
Since even a single drop contains 25 μg (= 1000 I.U.) of vitamin D, repeated dripping is a thing of the past as of today. We recommend a daily intake of one portion of vitamin D3|K2. To do this, simply take one drop with the pipette after a meal, ideally breakfast.
Vitamin D3|K2: 1-0-0 (morning - noon - evening)
The specified recommended daily intake should not be exceeded. Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Please keep out of reach of children. The product should be stored in a cool and dry place. Also keep out of direct sunlight and away from heat.
The information provided is not intended to be a cure or a solicitation for self-medication. Possible printing and typesetting errors reserved.
As of 20.03.2023.
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Ingredients - the inner values.
|FILLING QUANTITY||30 ml; 1.083 drops|
|SHAPE/APPEARANCE||In pipette bottle; liquid|
|INGREDIENTS||Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol),
all-trans vitamin K2 MK-7 (menaquinone),
MCT oil (MCT = medium chain triglycerides)
|PORTION||1 drop = Vit D3 25 µg (1000 IU) + Vit K2 20 µg|
|RECOMMENDED CONSUMPTION||Consume one drop daily with a meal.|
Ingredients - the inner values.
|FILLING QUANTITY||30 ml;
|SHAPE/APPEARANCE||In pipette vial;
all-trans vitamin K2,
|PORTION||1 drop =
25 µg D3 (1,000 IU)
+ 20 µg K2
|RECOMMENDED CONSUMPTION||Daily one
drop with a meal
Consume with a meal.
Quality before quantity.
We have nothing to hide! Transparency is not only capitalized at the beginning of a sentence at MoleQlar, but also when it comes to the quality of our products. Each and every one of our products - this of course also applies to Vitamin D3/K2 - is tested and certified for purity and heavy metals both by our manufacturer and by the independent Arotop Laboratories of Limbach Analytics in Mainz, Germany. You can find the certificate of analysis of Vitamin D3/K2 here. Convince yourself of MoleQlar's quality!
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Vitamin D deficiency occurs in approximately 50% of the world's population. There are some risk factors that can contribute to individuals developing vitamin D deficiency. These include:
- Age: The risk of vitamin D deficiency increases with age because the skin produces less vitamin D over time.
- Skin color: People with dark skin pigmentation are at higher risk for vitamin D deficiency because their skin produces less vitamin D when exposed to the sun.
- Lack of sunlight: people who spend little time outdoors or live in areas where there is little sunlight are at higher risk for vitamin D deficiency.
- Residence: North of the 42nd parallel (Rome and Boston), the UV spectrum is very unfavorable during the winter months(October to March). During these months, virtually no vitamin D3 can be produced by residents of the Northern Hemisphere, resulting in severe deficiencies. Likewise, increasing urbanization and air pollution contribute to limited sunlight exposure.
- Weight: Overweight people may be at higher risk for vitamin D deficiency because vitamin D is bound in their fat tissue, making it less available in the blood.
- Food intake restrictions: people who are unable to eat a sufficient amount of food due to illness or disability may develop vitamin D deficiency.
- Medications: Some medications, such as corticosteroids and antiepileptic drugs, may increase the risk for vitamin D deficiency.
- Lifestyle factors: smoking and excessive alcohol consumption may increase the risk of vitamin D deficiency.
Based on the previously listed risk factors, there are the following groups of people who should pay particular attention to their vitamin D levels:
- Pregnant & nursing women
- Babies, Children & Adolescents
- older people
- Shift workers
- Persons who cover themselves
Vitamin D deficiency can manifest itself in a number of ways. Possible symptoms are:
- Fatigue and exhaustion
- Muscle weakness and pain
- Bone formation disorders that can lead to rickets in children or osteomalacia in adults.
- An increased risk of infections
- A decreased ability to tolerate pain
It is important to note that these symptoms can also indicate other health problems. If you notice that one or more of these symptoms apply to you, you should think about a possible vitamin D deficiency. It is important to see a doctor to make sure there are no other health problems.
An adequate supply of vitamin D can be ensured in the following ways:
- Sun exposure: The best way to produce vitamin D is to expose yourself to the sun. The skin produces vitamin D when it is exposed to UVB radiation from the sun.
In our latitudes, the optimal conditions for vitamin D production are between April and September, between 10 am and 3 pm. Ideally, during this period, a quarter of the skin (face, hands, parts of arms and legs) should be exposed to the sun every day without sunscreen for 5 to 25 minutes (depending on the season and skin type). It is essential to protect the skin and avoid sunburn! Simple rule of thumb: If the shade is longer than you are, you cannot guarantee sufficient vitamin D synthesis!
- Food supplements: Vitamin D supplements are available in the form of capsules, tablets or drops and can be a good supplement to increase vitamin D levels. However, it is important to always discuss taking supplements with a health care professional to avoid possible overdoses. People who, for various reasons, spend little or no time outdoors in the sunshine or only go out in the sun with their bodies completely covered, as well as people with dark skin pigmentation, are recommended to take a vitamin D preparation (supplement), according to the D-A-CH nutrition societies.
- Vitamin D-rich foods: Some foods naturally contain vitamin D, including fatty fish such as salmon and herring, eggs, mushrooms, and cod liver oil. However, it is difficult to obtain sufficient vitamin D from food alone, so taking supplements or adequate sun exposure is recommended.
Since even a single drop of vitamin D3|K2 contains a whole 1000 I.U. of vitamin D, repeated dripping is a thing of the past as of today. We recommend a daily intake of one serving of vitamin D3|K2. To do this, simply take one drop of vitamin D3|K2 together with a meal using the pipette.
Do not exceed the recommended dosage. In case of possible undesirable side effects, contact a health care professional.
Vitamin D3|K2 is best stored in a cool, dry place. Also keep out of direct sunlight and away from heat. Please keep out of the reach of children.
In principle, you can assume a shelf life of about two years. This information serves only as a guideline, can therefore vary and is without guarantee. The exact best-before date of your purchase can be found on the bottom of the vitamin D3|K2 bottle or on the packaging. For more information or details, please refer to the product page.