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Benefits

Benefits of K2

We use only the most superior version available (MK-7) which has been proven to be the most effective and bioavailable form of K2 to reach bones, support metabolic and hormonal health and help exercise performance.

    Benefits of D3

    Vitamin D3 is necessary for calcium absorption which helps increase bone strength and health. It also helps support a healthy heart and a more positive attitude. It also helps strengthen your immune system to assist in fighting off disease, flu, colds, etc.

      Benefits of Omega3

      Omega 3 has been found to help slow the development of plaque in the arteries, greatly benefit heart health and help support mental health.

        What is Vitamin K2?

        Vitamin K2 is created naturally in the intestinal tract. It plays an important role in coagulation, better known as blood clotting which helps prevent excessive bleeding both inside and outside the body.

        Your body needs vitamin K to produce the proteins that aid in the clotting process. If you’re vitamin K deficient, your body doesn’t have enough of these proteins, and bleeding can become excessive.

        Vitamin K also helps bones grow and stay healthy. It also helps activate the body’s bone-building cells and draws the calcium into the bones directly to make them stronger.

        Vitamin K had also been shown to help reduce heart disease by preventing the buildup of plaque in arteries.

        There are several forms of Vitamin K, however we have chosen to use 100% MK-7 which is the most superior form on the market. Many companies do not use this because it is very costly, however our company will NEVER sacrifice quality and integrity for profits.

        What is Vitamin D?

        Vitamin D is an antioxidant, a type of molecule that plays an important role in a wide variety of your body’s functions. There are two types of vitamin D – D2 and D3. Both D2 and D3 can be beneficial for your health.

        Vitamins D2 and D3 both prompt your liver to produce 25-hydroxyvitamin D, which is essential for maintaining your immune system’s health, keeping your bones strong, and regulating your mood.

        What is Omega 3?

        One of the important features of our product versus most other D3 products is that we have included Omega 3. The benefits of this ingredient are so many and so important we just had to add it

        • Benefits include:
        • Help to fight depression and anxiety
        • Assist with improving vision
        • Shown to help decrease heart problems
        • Help reduce inflammation
        • Provide support to prevent autoimmune disease
        • Help to slow down dementia and Alzheimer’s

        What Happens If You Have A Vitamin D Deficiency?

        When your body isn’t producing enough 25-hydroxyvitamin D, you can experience a number of troublesome and potentially dangerous health issues.

        Signs of a vitamin D deficiency include:

        • Fatigue and exhaustion. A lack of vitamin D can have an impact on your energy levels. This serves as a partial explanation for why many people experience seasonal fatigue and exhaustion in the wintertime. Less exposure to sunlight can mean lower vitamin D3 levels in the winter, which can lead to feeling constantly rundown and tired. Supplementing with vitamin D3 can help keep this unpleasant side effect from setting in.
        • Mood problems. In addition to fatigue, lack of vitamin D can also make you feel apathetic. Seasonal affective disorder – ironically often abbreviated as SAD – can stem from insufficient vitamin D levels in the winter when you’re getting less sunlight. The sun’s rays and the vitamin D3 they help your body produce can play a crucial role in maintaining your emotional health. Taking a vitamin D3 supplement can be a huge help, too.
        • Reduced immune function. If your body isn’t producing enough 25-hydroxyvitamin D, it can also impact your immune system. Since vitamin D plays a major role in keeping your immune system functioning well, a deficiency can cause you to be more vulnerable to getting sick.
        • Weaker bones. In addition to calcium, vitamin C, and other essential vitamins and minerals, vitamin D is vital for bone health. This symptom of a vitamin D deficiency may be harder to notice than other symptoms at first, but it can have a lasting negative effect on your body if it is left unaddressed.

        To potentially avoid these issues, make sure to get enough vitamin D from supplements and sunlight! A high-quality vitamin D3 supplement can support your 25- hydroxyvitamin D levels up, especially in the lower-sunlight months of the year.

         

        Vitamin D3

        Vitamin D3 is often referred to as “the sunshine vitamin.” This type of vitamin D is produced by your body in response to sun exposure. Sun exposure is one of the most reliable means of getting vitamin D3, especially if you are vegan as vitamin D3 is otherwise primarily found in animal sources. Fortunately, if you’re vegan, you can still get plenty of vitamin D3 from sunlight and supplements.

        Vitamin D3 is easier for your body to convert into 25-hydroxyvitamin D than vitamin D2. This makes D3 a more suitable source to take. perfect plant-based supplement to include in your diet!

        Your body can still benefit from getting vitamin D2 from plant-based foods. However, if you adhere to a vegan lifestyle, supplementing with vitamin D3 is a great idea. D2 is not as effective as D3 at producing 25-hydroxyvitamin D. Since you can mostly only find this form of vitamin D in animal-based foods or from the sun, adding a D3 supplement to a vegan diet is the way to go.

         

         

        How Much Vitamin D Do I Need To Get in a Day?

        The recommended amount of vitamin D intake– both D2 and D3 – differs between men and women. The recommended daily amount of vitamin D is 16 mcg (600 IU) for women and men over the age of 19, and 20 mcg (800 IU) for adults aged 70 and older.

        Below are five tips for getting enough vitamin D each day!

        1. Spend Time in the Sun!

        Soaking up some sun rays each day helps your liver produce plenty of 25-hydroxyvitamin D. Sun exposure prompts your body to produce vitamin D3, which your liver can convert into 25-hydroxyvitamin D

        more effectively than vitamin D2. Getting time in the sun every day can help to improve your mo

        od, especially in the colder, darker months of winter. Thanks to the mood-boosting power of vitamin D3, you may start feeling much better if you get some sun when the winter blahs are hitting you hard!

        But it is also important to note that whenever you go out in the sun, make sure to put on SPF. Sunscreen will help to protect you from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays, allowing you to soak up all the benefits of sun exposure and be left without the drawbacks – sunburn, dark spots, irritated skin, and increased skin cancer risk. Through daily application of sunscreen, you can confidently enjoy time catching some rays without worrying about potential risks.

         

        2. Take A High-Quality Supplement

        If you eat a plant-based diet, it can be tough to get enough vitamin D3. TOur product contains more than the daily amount of vitamin D recommended, and the D3 we use comes from a vegan source.

        While many vitamin D3 supplements contain lanolin, which is derived from lamb’s wool fat, our D3 gummies are made with lichen, which is one of the rare plant-based sources of vitamin D3 found in nature. Taking daily D3 supplements can help to support your needs while allowing you to stick with your plant-based diet!

        3. Add Fortified Foods To Your Diet

        Some plant-based foods, including many dairy-free milk alternatives and cereals, are fortified with vitamin D. You can boost your vitamin D intake by adding these foods to your weekly diet!

        Bear in mind that some foods are fortified with a non-vegan form of vitamin D, and many of these may be loaded with added sugar. Try to avoid cereals, milk alternatives, and other fortified foods that are excessively sweetened. Look for fortified foods that contain little to no added sugar, and make these foods some of your go-to sources of dietary vitamin D

         4. Eat Some Mushrooms!

        Another excellent source of dietary vitamin D might surprise you – it’s mushrooms!
        What is Vitamin D?

        Vitamin D is an antioxidant, a type of molecule that plays an important role in a wide variety of your body’s functions. There are two types of vitamin D – D2 and D3. Both D2 and D3 can be beneficial for your health.

        Vitamins D2 and D3 both prompt your liver to produce 25-hydroxyvitamin D, which is essential for maintaining your immune system’s health, keeping your bones strong, and regulating your mood.

         

        How Much Vitamin D Do I Need To Get in a Day?

        The recommended amount of vitamin D intake– both D2 and D3 – differs between men and women. The recommended daily amount of vitamin D is 16 mcg (600 IU) for women and men over the age of 19, and 20 mcg (800 IU) for adults aged 70 and older.

        Below are five tips for getting enough vitamin D each day!

        1. Spend Time in the Sun!

        Soaking up some sun rays each day helps your liver produce plenty of 25-hydroxyvitamin D. Sun exposure prompts your body to produce vitamin D3, which your liver can convert into 25-hydroxyvitamin D

        more effectively than vitamin D2. Getting time in the sun every day can help to improve your mo

        od, especially in the colder, darker months of winter. Thanks to the mood-boosting power of vitamin D3, you may start feeling much better if you get some sun when the winter blahs are hitting you hard!

        But it is also important to note that whenever you go out in the sun, make sure to put on SPF. Sunscreen will help to protect you from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays, allowing you to soak up all the benefits of sun exposure and be left without the drawbacks – sunburn, dark spots, irritated skin, and increased skin cancer risk. Through daily application of sunscreen, you can confidently enjoy time catching some rays without worrying about potential risks.

         

        2. Take A High-Quality Supplement

        If you eat a plant-based diet, it can be tough to get enough vitamin D3. TOur product contains more than the daily amount of vitamin D recommended, and the D3 we use comes from a vegan source.

        While many vitamin D3 supplements contain lanolin, which is derived from lamb’s wool fat, our D3 gummies are made with lichen, which is one of the rare plant-based sources of vitamin D3 found in nature. Taking daily D3 supplements can help to support your needs while allowing you to stick with your plant-based diet!

        3. Add Fortified Foods To Your Diet

        Some plant-based foods, including many dairy-free milk alternatives and cereals, are fortified with vitamin D. You can boost your vitamin D intake by adding these foods to your weekly diet!

        Bear in mind that some foods are fortified with a non-vegan form of vitamin D, and many of these may be loaded with added sugar. Try to avoid cereals, milk alternatives, and other fortified foods that are excessively sweetened. Look for fortified foods that contain little to no added sugar, and make these foods some of your go-to sources of dietary vitamin D

         4. Eat Some Mushrooms!

        Another excellent source of dietary vitamin D might surprise you – it’s mushrooms!

        What is Vitamin D? Vitamin D is an antioxidant, a type of molecule that plays an important role in a wide variety of your body’s functions. There are two types of vitamin D – D2 and D3. Both D2 and D3 can be beneficial for your health.

        Vitamins D2 and D3 both prompt your liver to produce 25-hydroxyvitamin D, which is essential for maintaining your immune system’s health, keeping your bones strong, and regulating your mood.

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