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Tri-K™ - 60 capsules

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Designs For Health Tri-K

Tri-K™ provides a clinically useful dose of vitamin K in three synergistic forms to be used for maintenance or therapeutic dosing. This vitamin K formula provides:

• 1000 mcg Vitamin K1- the naturally occurring form of vitamin K in vegetables. Research suggests that 1-2 mg daily is ideal for promoting optimal function of the GLA proteins, which safely direct calcium in the body.

• 1000 mcg Vitamin K2-MK-4 - the highly bioavailable form. Intestinal bacteria produce vitamin K2, therefore a reduced microbial count in the gut will compromise vitamin K2 production. Also, poor conversion of K1 to K2 in some people makes supplementation with K2 (MK-4) important.
• 50 mcg Vitamin K2-MK-7. This form of vitamin K is produced by food fermentation and has the special property of metabolizing slowly throughout the day, providing a continuous source of vitamin K in between supplementation dosages.

All forms of vitamin K are fat soluble and should be taken with a meal. Sunflower lecithin was added to enhance absorption. Tri-K™ is contraindicated in people on warfarin (Coumadin).

Made with non-GMO ingredients.

Ingredients

Each serving contains:

Vitamin K  -  2050 mcg
   (as Vitamin K1-Phytonadione 1000 mcg; Vitamin K2-Menaquinone-4 100 mcg; Vitamin K2-Menaquinone-7 50 mcg)

Other Ingredients: Sunflower lecithin, microcrystalline cellulose, cellulose (capsule), vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide. 

Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, take one capsule per day, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

More Info.

Tri-K™ provides a clinically useful dose of vitamin K in three forms in order to correct a widespread deficiency of this vitamin.  

This formula provides:
• 1000 mcg vitamin K1 -the naturally occurring form of vitamin K in vegetables.  Research tells us that 1-2 mg daily is ideal for promoting optimal function of the GLA proteins, which safely direct calcium in the body.
• 1000 mcg vitamin K2- in the MK-4 highly bioavailable form.  Antibiotics in the food supply reduce the intestinal bacteria that produces vitamin K2. Also, poor conversion of K1 to K2 in some people makes supplementation with K2 (MK-4) important.
• 50 mcg vitamin K2 - in the MK-7 form.  This is produced by food fermentation (free of soy allergens) that has the special property of metabolizing slowly throughout the day, providing a continuous source of vitamin K between supplementations.
All forms of vitamin K are fat soluble and should be taken with a meal. Sunflower lecithin is included to enhance absorption.



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