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How to Enjoy the Benefits of Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2

Updated on February 24, 2017

There are many health issues today that are bothering families in different places. Some are due to environmental effects and others are hereditary. Most cases might be prevented as early as childhood by giving our kids with essential vitamins and minerals. Most common vitamins which can be obtained from our daily food intake include Vitamins A, C, and E. In order to take in enough dosage of other vitamins such as nature Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 mk7, we have to eat foods that contain such.

Aside from the natural rays of the sun, you can obtain vitamin D from foods and food supplements.
Aside from the natural rays of the sun, you can obtain vitamin D from foods and food supplements.

What are the Benefits of Vitamin D3?

Vitamin D3 is essential for bone health and is a great help to prevent osteoporosis. It is also believed to treat parathyroid conditions and helps maintain enough phosphate in the blood. Lack of nature Vitamin D3 may cause rickets, liver problems, and pale or unhealthy skin color.

You can derive Vitamin D3 from the natural ultraviolet rays of the sun. While some studies show that this is the only natural source of nature Vitamin D3, some also believe that it can be obtained by eating foods such as smoked salmon, fortified cereals, processed cheese, and egg yolk among others.

Take in the nutrients you lack with the food supplements you need.
Take in the nutrients you lack with the food supplements you need.

Knowing more About Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 is one among the three forms of vitamin K. It is very good for the bones like Vitamin D3 and is a heart’s friend too! It is common to vitamin K deficient to experience cardiovascular diseases, tooth decay and bone weakness. They are also prone to nosebleeds, heavy menstrual flows and they get easily bruised. These symptoms can be experienced anytime and anywhere so if you encounter such problem, it may be because you lack vitamin K.

Aside from the aforementioned benefits, this nutrient is also known to reduce cancer risk. Studies show that Vitamin K2 helps prevent lung cancer, prostate cancer, leukemia and liver cancer. It has the power to fight cancer cells and prevent them from forming. Studies also show that Vitamin K2 may be an ingredient to cure cancer in the future. Well, it may be good to be true unless proven.

Some sources of Vitamin K2 include everyone’s favorite (nutritious food), the kale. Broccoli, asparagus, cucumber, Brussels sprouts and other green leafy vegetables are sources of Vitamin K2.

Enjoy the Benefits of Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 at the Same Time

If you are seriously lacking nature vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 mk7, you may want to consider taking in natural food supplements such as Whole Vitality’s Vitamin D3+K2 chewable tablets. Children and adults experience lack of vitamin D3 and K2 symptoms anytime and anywhere. This is why this supplement was designed to be chewable with a natural cherry flavor so that it can be taken in by children. The dosage depends on the user as usual. The combined powers of these vitamins help boost energy and enhance the absorption of calcium for the bones.

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