Vitamin K Deserves More Attention Than It's Getting...
Vitamin K in its multiple forms supports stronger bones, better blood flow and healthy hormonal production. Vitamins K1 and K2 synergize with Vitamin D in the body to keep adequate calcium levels inside your bones. A deficiency in Vitamin K can cause chronic weakening of your bone health over time. In addition, Vitamin K plays a major role in supporting healthy blood vessels. Finally, Vitamin K2 in the forms MK-4 and MK-7 have been widely studied for hormonal support, specifically playing an important role in healthy production of reproductive hormones. Use Daily K to support your bones, joints, circulatory system and hormonal production naturally.
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What is Vitamin K?
Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that comes in two forms. The main type is called phylloquinone, found in green leafy vegetables like collard greens, kale, and spinach. The other type, menaquinones, are found in some animal foods and fermented foods. Menaquinones can also be produced by bacteria in the human body.
What Does Vitamin K Do?
Vitamin K helps to make various proteins that are needed for blood clotting and the building of bones. Prothrombin is a vitamin K-dependent protein directly involved with blood clotting. Osteocalcin is another protein that requires vitamin K to produce healthy bone tissue.
Where is Vitamin K Found in the Human Body?
Vitamin K is found throughout the body including the liver, brain, heart, pancreas, and bone. It is broken down very quickly and excreted in urine or stool. Because of this, it rarely reaches toxic levels in the body even with high intakes, as may sometimes occur with other fat-soluble vitamins.
Which Foods Contain Vitamin K?
- Green leafy vegetables including collard and turnip greens, kale, spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lettuces
- Soybean and canola oil
- Salad dressings made with soybean or canola oil
- Fortified meal replacement shakes
- Natto (fermented soybeans)
- Smaller amounts in meat, cheese, eggs
What's Inside? View Supplement Fact Panel
A common misconception about Vitamin K is that since our bodies typically have 10x more K1 than K2, most people assume that enough K1 can be converted to K2 naturally. Recent studies have confirmed that this is not the case and demonstrate that we actually need to consume K2 itself daily in order to reap its many important benefits.
Phytonadione (Vitamin K1)
Phytonadione (Vitamin K1) is needed in the body in order to help blood clot properly to prevent excessive bleeding, and is especially necessary to supplement with for people who have a Vitamin K deficiency. The body's storage system for vitamin K is minimal. With very little reserves, this means vitamin K needs to be consumed daily.
MK-4 (Vitamin K2)
A common misconception about Vitamin K is that since our bodies typically have 10x more K1 than K2, most people assume that enough K1 can be converted to K2 naturally. Recent studies have confirmed that this is not the case and demonstrate that we actually need to consume K2 itself daily in order to reap its many important benefits (study, study). MK-4 is used in especially high amounts in the brain and reproductive organs, but only lasts roughly 8 hours in the bloodstream, highlighting the need for regular daily supplementation.
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How to use Daily K?
- Take 1 capsule daily with or without food.
- Take your Daily K in the morning.
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What is Daily K?
Daily K provides three different kinds of vitamin K. Vitamin K1, the most common form of vitamin K, is typically found in the plant cells of leafy green vegetables and helps support optimal bone health and arterial health. The forms of K2 found in this supplement are MK-7 and MK-4, commonly found in some types of dairy.
How can Daily K support long lasting health?
Vitamin K is an essential vitamin that is known for helping maintain calcium balance in the body. Supporting everything from arterial health to healthy bone density, vitamin K is an important part of maintaining cardiovascular health. Supplementing with Daily K provides multiple bioavailable forms of vitamin K that work together to provide comprehensive health benefits.
Cautionary Considerations for Daily K
If you are taking anticoagulant or antiplatelet medications, or have a bleeding disorder, consult with your healthcare provider before taking this product.
Warnings for Daily K
- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
- DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSE
- Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.
- When using nutritional supplements, please consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating.
Can someone take Daily K if they are taking aspirin?
Based on the review of the scientific literature concerning potential interactions, there is no indication that this formula would negatively interact with aspirin. However, if you take a prescription medication, like coumadin/warfarin, and are interested in taking this supplement, we suggest discussing this decision with your personal physician.
Is the gelatin in Daily K derived from pork?
The gelatin used in this product is bovine-derived.
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I noticed my diet alone was not getting me enough of the daily vitamin K I needed. I noticed my metabolism is super charged and no aching bones after work outs. UMZU has done it again with another fabulous product!
- Tyren D., Verified Buyer
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