- Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) and vitamin K2 (menaquinone) are the two most important forms of vitamin K found in food. Vitamin K1 can be found in green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli, etc. Vitamin K contributes to normal blood clotting.
Aliness Vitamin K2 MK-7 100 μg from Natto + D3
A natural source of vitamin K in the form of MK-7 in the amount of 100μg in combination with vitamin D in the amount of 2000 IU.
Ingredients: filler: microcrystalline cellulose, vitamin K menaquinone-7 in the form of the patented form VitaMk7®, vitamin D (cholecalciferol), bovine gelatin, humectant: glycerol, water.
Serving recommended for consumption during the day: 1 capsule a day during a meal.
Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day.
One packet for 2 months of use.
HIGH CONTENT OF VITAMIN D, UP TO 2000 J.M.
The innovative combination, Vitamin K together with Vitamin D plays an important role in building and maintaining strong bones.
Vitamin K in the patented form VitaMK7® is one of the few sources in 100% natural vitamin K, very well absorbed, tested and documented by the EFSA (European Food Agency) certified agency
Vitamin K Vitamk7 is in the European Union on the lists of so-called Novell Food, in other words, to sell vitamin K in the EU, you must have the permission issued by EFSA.
VitaMk7 has been entered on the Novell Food list under heading 209 as a natural, safe and bioactive for use in food supplements.
There are only 4 companies producing natural vitamin K2 in the world. Two companies produce it using Bacillus subtilis natto bacteria. The other two using a different strain of Bacillus licheniformis. All other forms are synthetic forms with unproven action and insignificant absorption. In the European Union, the forms of vitamin K obtained by extraction with hexane, a harmful chemical substance are allowed to be traded on the basis of the principle of equivalence. 1
VitaMK7® is obtained by fermentation of Bacillus Subtillis Natto2 and using chemically inert CO-23. Menachinon-7 being a natural source of Vitamin K by Aliness comes from the sole producer of the European company GNOSIS, declares that VitaMK7® is a GMO-free product
More about vitamin K
Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) and vitamin K2 (menaquinone) are the two most important forms of vitamin K found in food. Vitamin K1 can be found in green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli, etc. Vitamin K contributes to normal blood clotting.
Vitamin K2 is found in high concentrations in natto - a traditional Japanese dish and is much better absorbed by the body than vitamin K1. Finally, vitamin K2 has nothing to do with soy, because in a laboratory way vitamin K2 is obtained with the help of bacteria Bacillus subtilis natto, ie the bacteria found in the dish called natto.
The market can be found with information that vitamin K2 in supplements comes from soy - that is, from a Japanese dish called "Natto" - these are false information, indicating the lack of knowledge of sellers, and often even those producing vitamin K2.
Vitamin K2 approved for use in food supplements comes from bacterial biofermentation. Most often using two bacterial strains: Bacillus subtilis natto and less popular and unchecked Bacillus licheniformis (no scientific publications).
Vitamin K is initially transported to the liver and then to the bones and walls of the arterial vessels, where it can accumulate due to its better bioavailability and longer half-life, thanks to which it plays an important role in maintaining strong bones,
Vitamin K in the patented form VitaMK7® is a natural source of vitamin K obtained from natto, very well absorbed, tested and documented by EFSA (European Food Agency)