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Full Spectrum Vitamin K - 90 SoftGels Default Category Allergy Research Group
Full Spectrum Vitamin K - 90 SoftGels Default Category Allergy Research Group
Full Spectrum Vitamin K - 90 SoftGels Default Category Allergy Research Group

    Full Spectrum Vitamin K - 90 SoftGels



    Allergy Research Group Full Spectrum Vitamin K

    Full Spectrum Vitamin K is a comprehensive vitamin K formula containing three forms of vitamin K, as well as representative forms of the other fat-soluble vitamins, vitamins A and D, and vitamin E as gamma and delta tocotrienols. Vitamin D and K are particularly typical deficiencies, due to inadequate sun exposure (vitamin D) and low amounts in the diet (both).* Delta and gamma tocotrienols are many times stronger antioxidants than delta and gamma tocopherols.*

    • Provides important nutrients for healthy bone metabolism* 
    • May provide nutritional support for arterial and cardiovascular health*
    • May provide powerful antioxidant protection, inhibiting lipid peroxidation*
    • Includes the important K2 part of the Vitamin K family


    Serving Size: 1 SoftGel Amount Per Serving
    Vitamin A (from Cod Liver Oil)
    200 IU
    >Vitamin C (as Ascorbyl Palmitate)
    25 mg
    Vitamin D3 (90% from Cod Liver Oil and 10% from Skipjack and Tuna liver oil)
    400 IU
    Vitamin K (from 1000 mcg Vitamin K1 Phytonadione, 3000 mcg Vitamin K2 Menaquionone-4 and 50 mcg Vitamin K2 Menaquinone-7)
    4050 mcg
    Tocotrienols (as DeltaGOLD® Tocotrienols containing 90% delta-tocotrienols and 10% gamma-tocotrienols)
    5 mg

    Other Ingredients: Sunflower oil, gelatin, glycerin, water, yellow beeswax, carob extract, soy lecithin, zinc oxide

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, 1 softgel one or two times daily, with meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Taking with a fat-containing meal may further enhance absorption.

    More Info

    Vitamin K is a generic term for a group of substances that contain the 2-methyl-1, 4-naphthoquinone ring structure. These substances support healthy coagulation properties (the term ‘vitamin K’ derives from the German word ‘koagulation’.)* In addition to its antihemorrhagic activity, vitamin K is involved in bone metabolism, the cardiovascular system, and antioxidant activity.*

    Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) is found in green leafy vegetables and some vegetable oils. Forms of vitamin K2 (menaquinones) are found in egg yolk, butter, liver, and some other foods, and can also be produced by friendly bacteria in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. (Vitamin K3 or menadione is a synthetic compound used in animal feed.) All forms of Vitamin K are fat-soluble. The forms of vitamin K2 (menaquinones) are characterized by the number of isoprene residues that make up the characteristic side chain. For instance, menaquinone-4 (MK-4) possesses four isoprene residues in the side chain, and MK-7 has seven isoprene units.

    Vitamin K, especially in the form of K2, helps calcium to get into the blood and bones where it belongs, and studies indicate that it potentially supports both bone mineral density and vascular elasticity within normal levels.* Vitamin K is required for the gamma-carboxylation of glutamyl residues on many bones and other proteins. Gamma-carboxylation is catalyzed by the vitamin K-dependent gamma-carboxylases. When vitamin K is in short supply in the body, these proteins are formed without the gamma-carboxy glutamic acid (GCGA) component