Organic Vitamin D3 Liquid Drops with K2
Our liquid vitamin D3 drops with K2 are a fantastic way to improve your health.
High Potency - With 5,000 IU of D3 and 100 mcg of organic K2 per half dropper liquid serving to quickly build up vitamin D levels and support your bone health and immune system.
Maximum Absorption - Same bioactive form of organic Vitamin D liquid drops as Sunshine plus Vitamin K 2 which moves calcium to bones and teeth (and improves absorption!) and away from arteries and brain*.
MCT Oil - This coconut-derived oil boosts energy, supports weight management, and has benefits for the brain as well as cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Vitamins D and K should always be taken with fat (like MCT), so this sublingual formula can be taken with or without food! *
No Harmful Fillers - Our ultra clean formula has no preservatives or unnecessary additives! It's vegetarian, keto-friendly, non-GMO, gluten-free, and tested for purity & potency
Lifetime Money-Back Guarantee - We’re sure you’ll love your new supplement, but if you’re not delighted with your results, contact us for a hassle-free refund.
How to Take It
It's an easy-to-take sublingual liquid form with a marked dropper! For full dosage, fill to second line (0.5 mL) and take once per day or as needed. We recommend taking directly by mouth or mixed into a drink (like a smoothie) and consuming with food. Supplements containing vitamin D should be consuming early in the day, ideally morning or early afternoon to mimic the effects of peak sunshine.
Children's Dose (See images for clarification):
Birth-12 Months: 2 drops (400 IU D3, 8 mcg K2) per day
1-18 Years: 3 drops (600 IU D3, 12 mcg K2) per day
Research About Liquid Vitamin D3 and K2:
Read the research about the health benefits of liquid vitamin D3 with K2 and spirulina.
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The Medical Benefits of Vitamin K2 on Calcium-Related Disorders
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The urgent need to recommend an intake of vitamin D that is effective. Am J Clin Nutr 2007; 85: 649–50.
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Vitamin K as a Powerful Micronutrient in Aging and Age-Related Diseases: Pros and Cons from Clinical Studies
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