ADAPTOZEN Vitamin D3 + K2 drops
Immune Booster & Well-Being Support Supplement
Feeling low in energy, stressed, sad, or getting run-down often?
It’s time to let the sunshine in with our super-charged and convenient ADAPTOZEN Vitamin D3 + K2 drops! Specifically formulated to provide the best results, we relied on the latest science to give you the highest quality, most bioactive formula
Combining the best of nature with science, each ingredient and formula is tested to ensure purity, potency, and efficacy. Here’s a closer look at the superstar ingredients:
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
Vitamin D3, also known as the “sunshine vitamin,” is produced when our skin is exposed to UV rays from the sun. It plays an essential role in immunity, mood, calcium absorption, bone health, and more.
Vitamin K2 (as MK7)
Vitamin K2 plays a vital role in blood clotting and helps optimize the body’s use of calcium, directing it into the bones and teeth.
MCT Oil, or medium-chain triglycerides act as a direct source of energy and may support brain function, endurance, and the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.
AdaptoZen Vitamin D3 + K2 drops contain the perfect pairing of two incredibly effective complementary ingredients:
- 125mcg (5000 IU) of Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)
- 100mcg of Vitamin K2 (MK-7)
Our formula contains MCT oil & Organic Olive Oil for optimal Vitamin D3 absorption.
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the same form of Vitamin D produced in your body when exposed to the sun and is considered more bioavailable than Vitamin D2. One of Vitamin D3’s primary roles is to help increase calcium absorption in the gut. Vitamin D3 has been shown to raise Vitamin D levels in the blood more quickly and efficiently than Vitamin D2.
Studies show that lower levels of Vitamin D correspond with weaker immune systems. When Vitamin D activates within the body, a chemical known as cathelicidin is produced with antimicrobial properties. Our immune system contains Vitamin D receptors, so when our blood levels are adequate, these receptors get filled, and a stronger immune system results.
Vitamin K plays a crucial supporting role in maintaining bone health. We know that calcium is the primary mineral needed to build strong bones, but Vitamin K activates a protein that assists calcium in binding to the bone.
It also plays a significant role in blood clotting by producing prothrombin, an essential protein and clotting factor to stop bleeding and heal wounds.
In terms of your overall health, Vitamins D3 and K2 are a power-packed duo that works best together! Over 1 billion people worldwide experience Vitamin D deficiency. Unfortunately, supplementing with this product alone can lead to calcium deposits in arteries and soft tissues, where the calcium doesn’t belong. However, combine it with Vitamin K2, and you’ve got a match made in heaven! The combination of Vitamins D3 and K2 may:
- Support bone health by depositing calcium and phosphate in your bones and aiding in bone formation & healing through a chemical reaction known as carboxylation.
- Support stable moods.
- Support cardiovascular health by redirecting calcium deposits into bones instead of calcification in soft tissues, organs, and blood vessels.
- Promote healthier hair, skin, and nails by supporting healthy hair follicles and elastin within the skin.
- Promote immune health by filling Vitamin D receptor sites within the immune system, allowing proper chemical reactions to support and regulate immunity.
- Support healthy digestion by helping maintain healthy gut bacteria levels.
- Support insulin sensitivity and blood sugar regulation.
- Support healthy sleep.
Vitamin D3 and K2 work synergistically to balance blood calcium levels, which help regulate the health of your blood vessels and bones.
Vitamin D3 helps our bodies to absorb calcium and phosphate. Once it does, Vitamin K2 can go to work and ensure that those minerals end up in the right place (our bones!) instead of in our arteries, where calcification and plaque build-up can lead to heart disease and heart attacks and ultimately premature death.
Vitamin K2 is generally well tolerated by most people and is commonly found in many foods, especially green leafy vegetables. However, side effects are possible, though uncommon. These include:
- Decreased appetite
- Shortness of breath
- Pale skin
- Yellowing of the skin and eyes
- Low blood pressure
If any of these occur, discontinue use and contact your doctor immediately.
Symptoms of low Vitamin D include:
- Mood changes
- Bone loss
- Muscle cramps and weakness
- Bone and joint pain