D3-K2 2000

  • $13.95

Vitamin D3 and K2 Were you aware that Vitamin D is among the most crucial vitamins necessary for maintaining a healthy immune system?

Furthermore, did you know that more people are deficient in Vitamin D than any other vitamin worldwide?

Despite our bodies producing Vitamin D in response to sunlight, many individuals do not receive adequate sunlight daily to sustain healthy Vitamin D levels. Since very few foods naturally contain Vitamin D, it is common for many people to be deficient.

Insufficient daily intake of Vitamin D weakens our immune systems, compromises bone density, and renders our bodies more susceptible to illness and disease.

LiveGood's Vitamin D3 and K2, with 2,000 units of D3, provides your body with the highest quality Vitamin D available at optimal levels, ensuring you derive the maximum benefit from each dose.

Scientifically formulated with Vitamin K2, it not only complements the function of Vitamin D but also facilitates calcium reaching the bones to maintain healthy bone density and support healthy blood and heart function.

Irrespective of gender or age, everyone should incorporate this potent combination of the highest quality Vitamins D3 and K2 into their daily routine to promote and maintain good health.

Cruelty-Free, Gluten-Free, GMP Certified, Non-GMO, Nut-Free, Soy-Free, Third-Party Tested

HOW TO USE: Take 1-2 capsules orally daily with food.

It is best to take WITH FOOD in the MORNING. Both Vitamins D and K are fat-soluble, meaning they absorb better when taken with food. Taking Vitamin D in the morning is recommended as evidence suggests that the sleep-wake cycle and melatonin production and secretion are positively influenced by receiving your Vitamin D dose in the morning. This aligns with our ancestors' hunting and gathering activities during those early dawn hours.

Consistent daily intake is essential for maintaining steady blood levels.

Pro Tip: Before your next blood test, consider asking your doctor to include a Vitamin D level test to assess your levels. This test is usually inexpensive to add on and may be covered by some insurance plans.