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Good Health Naturally Vitamin D3 and K2 Sublingual Spray

Good Health Naturally Vitamin D3 and K2 Sublingual Spray£18.96

Get the most out of Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 in one sublingual formula!


Epigenar Vitamin D3 and K2 Drops

Epigenar Vitamin D3 and K2 Drops£14.99  -  £29.95

Vitamin D deficiency may be caused by lack of sunlight  but vitamin E. The safety of vitamin D is dependant on vitamin K


Higher Nature Vitamin K2

Higher Nature Vitamin K2£10.30  -  £19.70

Higher Nature Vitamin K2 - Healthy blood vessels, heart & bones


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Lamberts Vitamin K Complex - 60

Lamberts Vitamin K Complex - 60£16.90   £14.37

Lamberts Vitamin K Complex - Needed for blood coagulation and other important processes like bone metabolism, vascular health, and cell growth regulation.


Solgar Vitamin K1 tablets 100mcg - 100

Solgar Vitamin K1 tablets 100mcg - 100£5.75

For proper coagulation (blood clotting).


Solgar Vitamin K2 100mcg - 50

Solgar Vitamin K2 100mcg - 50£24.99

Vitamin K is important to help support proper coagulation.


Thorne Research Vitamin K2 Liquid

Thorne Research Vitamin K2 Liquid£97.69

Vitamin K in a convenient liquid form.

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is important to help support proper coagulation (blood clotting). The liver uses vitamin K to synthesize blood-clotting proteins. Without vitamin K, the level of the blood-clotting proteins drops, and clotting time is prolonged. Vitamin K has also been recognized for its role in helping to maintain the health of bones. There are three types of vitamin K.

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Epigenar Vitamin D3 and K2 Drops

Epigenar Vitamin D3 and K2 Drops£14.99  -  £29.95

Vitamin D deficiency may be caused by lack of sunlight  but vitamin E. The safety of vitamin D is dependant on vitamin K

 
Good Health Naturally Vitamin D3 and K2 Sublingual Spray

Good Health Naturally Vitamin D3 and K2 Sublingual Spray£18.96

Get the most out of Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 in one sublingual formula!

 
Higher Nature Vitamin K2

Higher Nature Vitamin K2£10.30  -  £19.70

Higher Nature Vitamin K2 - Healthy blood vessels, heart & bones

 
15% OFF
Lamberts Vitamin K Complex - 60

Lamberts Vitamin K Complex - 60£16.90   £14.37

Lamberts Vitamin K Complex - Needed for blood coagulation and other important processes like bone metabolism, vascular health, and cell growth regulation.

 
Solgar Vitamin K1 tablets 100mcg - 100

Solgar Vitamin K1 tablets 100mcg - 100£5.75

For proper coagulation (blood clotting).

 
Solgar Vitamin K2 100mcg - 50

Solgar Vitamin K2 100mcg - 50£24.99

Vitamin K is important to help support proper coagulation.

 
Thorne Research Vitamin K2 Liquid

Thorne Research Vitamin K2 Liquid£97.69

Vitamin K in a convenient liquid form.

 
  
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Vitamin K is important to help support proper coagulation (blood clotting). The liver uses vitamin K to synthesize blood-clotting proteins.

Without vitamin K, the level of the blood-clotting proteins drops, and clotting time is prolonged. Vitamin K has also been recognized for its role in helping to maintain the health of bones. Types of vitamin K:

  • Phylloquinone, which was discovered in Denmark and termed vitamin K for the Danish word koagulation, is the natural vitamin K found in alfalfa and other foods. It is known as K1.
  • Menaquinone, produced by intestinal bacteria, is K2. Menadione, a synthetic compound with the basic structure of the quinones, is K3.

Vitamin K is found in dark leafy greens, most green plants, alfalfa and kelp. Blackstrap molasses and the polyunsaturated oils, such as safflower, also contain some vitamin K. Animal sources of vitamin K include liver, milk, yoghurt, egg yolks and fish liver oils.

Absorption of vitamin K takes place primarily in the upper part of the small intestine with the help of bile or bile salts and pancreatic juices. It is then carried to the liver for the synthesis of prothrombin, a key blood-clotting factor.

Since natural vitamin K (K1) is fat soluble, it requires bile and pancreatic juice in the intestine for optimal absorption. In contrast, some of the synthetic vitamin K compounds (K3) are water soluble and more easily absorbed. So people who do not tolerate natural vitamin K, such as those with decreased bile acid secretion, may find K3 helpful.

Menaquinone (K2), which is produced by intestinal bacteria, may be the most beneficial source of vitamin K. This is why vitamin K supplementation may be particularly important for those whose normal balance of intestinal bacteria has been disrupted.

The vitamin K available on this site is a highly tolerable, water-dispersible version of vitamin K.

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