Vitamins are complex compounds required in a small amount for various metabolic processes in the body. They are co-factors in chemical reactions, in their absence, the body is unable to produce vital components resulting in various disorders.
Many people know about the many benefits of Vitamin D3. What people don’t know is that Vitamin D has a best friend, Vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 helps to maximize the benefits of Vitamin D, and Vitamin D helps the body absorb and use Calcium. Vitamin K2 has a dual purpose, it acts as the usher for Calcium in directing it to the bones and teeth where it belongs. It also acts as a gate keeper in preventing Calcium from being distributed to areas where it may be harmful. In order for Vitamin D3 to work optimally, it is imperative that we have sufficient Vitamin K2. Without sufficient amounts of Vitamin K2, Calcium may build up in areas such as your arteries and soft tissues. Cardialogy has created the perfect pairing with Vitamin D3+K2 Plus Calcium.
Vitamin D is also called “sunshine” vitamin, as the human body can produce it on exposure to the sunlight. Doctors say that exposure to morning sunlight is essential to avoid Vitamin D deficiency. However, modern lifestyle and weather conditions in specific locations make it difficult to get enough sunlight.
The body can only produce Vitamin D on direct exposure to the sun. It cannot produce vitamin D if sunlight is not strong enough, one is wearing sunscreen, or from light coming through the glass window (as glass changes the frequency of light). Vitamin D deficiency is even common in tropical nations, as the sun is too harsh at these places to take a sunbath, further, darker skins require more prolonged exposures.
Vitamin D is good for heart health, may help prevent neurodegenerative diseases, good for the brain, may prevent some cancers, may correct metabolism, and much more. It is essential for the absorption of Calcium and bone health.
In modern times, its deficiency is frequent as people are not getting enough of sunshine, and its content in food items is not very high. It is almost absent in fruits and vegetables. It is found in small quantities in poultry, dairy, and meat products. Only some of the seafood products have it in a reasonable amount.
Vitamin K has many roles in wellbeing. It is one of the important clotting factors (K1). It can increase bone density, help prevent osteoporosis, and reduce fracture rates (K2). Vitamin K2 is also beneficial for heart and brain health. Vitamin K2 may have a role in fighting cancer. Studies show that Vitamin K2 works better when combined with Vitamin D.
Getting enough of Vitamin K2 through diet is challenging as it is absent in fruits and vegetables. It is found only in few animal products like dark chicken meat, cheese. It is also found in fermented soy.
Vitamin K2 is the most potent inhibitor of Calcium calcification, also it's been shown to improve elasticity in the arteries.
Calcium is a mineral that is needed by the body for the working of almost every organ. It is necessary for bone health, it makes nerve conduction possible, without it, the heart cannot keep beating, and muscles cannot contract.
When Vitamin D and K are supplemented regularly, even smaller amounts of Calcium are enough. Our combination of Vitamin D, K, and Calcium is one of the most potent recipes for stronger bones, heart and brain health. It can also help prevent certain types of cancers, may increase insulin sensitivity, and reduce the risk of high blood pressure.
Cardialogy's Vitamin D3 formula is fortified with BioPerine, a patented formula of piperine. Piperine is extracted from black pepper. It is added to the supplement to improve the bioavailability of the components. Some research suggests that piperine may increase the bioavailability of supplements by as much as 2000%, making supplements 20 times more effective.
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DID YOU KNOW?
1. Over 95% of Americans are not getting enough Vitamin D from foods.
2. Depression and Alzheimer's disease have been associated with low Vitamin D levels.
3. Low Vitamin D levels are associated with respiratory infections, and many autoimmune conditions including multiple sclerosis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, irritable bowl syndrome also including Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis.
4. Low Vitamin D levels give a high risk for developing cancer including breast, prostate, colon, ovarian, and melanoma.
5. Vitamin D deficiency makes you one-third more likely to suffer sinus attacks. Maintaining optimal Vitamin D levels can improve sinus symptoms such as headaches, facial pain, and runny or stuffy nose.
*Assists Cardiovascular Health by Affecting Arterial Calcium Deposits *Assists Neurological and Cognitive Health
*Assists Bone Health by Promoting Carboxylation of Bone Proteins
*Assists Modulation of Immune Function
*Healthy Blood Clotting
*Assists Dental Health and Strong Bones • Assists Modulation of Immune Function
*Assists Healthy Cell Differentiation
* Assists Muscoloskeletal Comfort *Assists Healthy Blood Sugar Metabolism
As a dietary supplement take (1) vegetable capsule once or twice daily, preferably in the morning. For best results take 20-30 minutes before a meal with 8 ounces of water or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18, and individuals with known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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