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Nutridom Vitamin D3+K2 with MCT Oil (Softgels)

Nutridom Vitamin D3+K2 with MCT Oil (Softgels)

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  • Non-GMO, No Artificial Ingredients
  • No Artificial Flavour and Sweetener
  • Free of Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Corn, Wheat, and Eggs
  • NPN 80116252
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Medicinal Ingredients(Per 1 Capsule)
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) ... 1,000 IU
Vitamin K2 (Natto-derived menaquinone-7) ... 120 mcg
Non-Medicinal Ingredients
Medium Chain Triglyceride (from Non-GMO coconut oil)
Bovine Gelatin (Capsule Shell)


Helps in the development and maintenance of bones and teeth.
Helps in the absorption and use of calcium.
A factor in the maintenance of good health.


Recommended Dose:
Aults: 1 Capsule 1 time per day.


What Is Vitamin D?

This fat-soluble vitamin is also often called the ‘sunshine vitamin’. Under the right circumstances our skin is able to synthesize Vitamin D from the UV rays from the sun. This can work well during the summer months, but can make it more challenging to get enough Vitamin D in the winter months. Vitamin D is also not naturally present in a lot of our foods, which means we are either consuming fortified foods or taking a supplement.

What Does Vitamin D Do?

-Promotes calcium absorption in the gut
-Maintains appropriate calcium and phosphate levels in the blood
-Normal bone mineralization
-Ensures the muscles contract properly

Additional Roles
-Monitor cell growth
-Modulate cell differentiation and death
-Neuromuscular and immune function
-Activation of various genes and their associated proteins

Sources of Vitamin D

Food sources of Vitamin D are not significantly high, and some of the best sources most people do not consume on a regular basis. Sources include:

-Flesh of fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel) and fish liver oils are among the best sources
-Small amounts of vitamin D are found in beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks.
-Vitamin D in these foods is primarily in the form of vitamin D3 and its metabolite 25(OH)D3.
-Some mushrooms provide vitamin D2 in variable amounts

What is Vitamin K?

This fat-soluble vitamin comes in two main forms. The main type is called phylloquinone, which can be 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 are also 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 building bone. 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.
Vitamin K is found throughout the body including the liver, brain, heart, pancreas, and bone. Vitamin K is broken down very quickly and excreted in urine or stool. Due to this, vitamin K rarely reaches toxic levels in the body even with high intakes, as may sometimes occur with other fat-soluble vitamins.

Sources of Vitamin K


- Green leafy vegetables including collard and turnip greens, kale, spinach, broccoli, brussel 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


Q: When Should I Use This Product?

A: If you know, or are quite certain, you are deficient in Vitamin D and K then taking this supplement could be a good addition to a healthy diet.

A vitamin deficiency can occur when:

-Usual intake is lower than recommended levels over time
-Exposure to sunlight is limited
-The kidneys cannot convert 25(OH)D to its active form
-Absorption of vitamin D from the digestive tract is inadequate
-Vitamin D-deficient diets are associated with milk allergy, lactose intolerance, ovo-vegetarianism, and veganism

Since they are both fat-soluble vitamins, taking the supplement with healthy fat can help with absorption. This supplement could be taken any time of day. However, some people do find that Vitamin D can affect their sleep; so taking it in the morning may be beneficial.

Q: Who Can Benefit?

A: Almost everyone can benefit from taking Vitamin D and K because they are both essential vitamins to good health. However, there are groups that are more likely to be deficient:

-Breastfed Infants
-Older Adults
-People with limited sun exposure
-People with darker skin
-People with Inflammatory Bowel issues
-People who are obese or have undergone gastric bypass surgery
-People taking medication that blocks Vitamin K metabolism (eg. certain antibiotics)

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    Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you don’t love our supplement, we offer a 100% refund or exchange, no questions asked. You do not even have to return the empty bottles.