Vitamin D and K with Sea-Iodine
Odds are your multivitamin has vitamin D in it—and probably vitamin K as well. But how much? Along with iodine, these two vitamins are among the most overlooked parts of a nutritional regimen.
That’s because the traditional sources of vitamin D (sunshine), vitamin K (meat, cheese, leafy greens, and eggs) and iodine (seafood) just aren’t on everyone’s menu. So we made a convenient supplement that delivers all three nutrients in a single capsule.
The Sunshine Vitamin
Your skin makes vitamin D from sunlight (and indoor tanning devices), but that’s not ideal.
Vitamin D helps preserve youthful cognitive function, supports your bones and immune system and promotes endothelial function.
Vitamin D can also help maintain blood pressure already in the normal range, which is good for your heart.
The K Connection
Vitamin K helps maintain optimal calcium balance, which is good for your bones and arteries.
But what does “calcium balance” mean? Basically, vitamin K helps inhibit calcification in the arteries and promotes calcium absorption into bones.
By helping your body route calcium to where it should be, vitamin K promotes calcium balance.
Hold the (table) salt
Iodine is essential—so much so that it has been added to table salt since the early 1920’s.
But many people avoid salt. This means that many people unintentionally miss out on the benefits of iodine. That’s why we’ve included it in here.
Iodine comes from seafood—in this case, it is derived from two distinct seaweed species.
DEMONSTRATES PRODUCT SUPERIORITY
Vitamin D3 is known as the “sunshine” vitamin because your body produces it when exposed to sunlight. But because vitamin D is so important for your body, it’s best not to rely on sun exposure as your only source.
Vitamin K comes from leafy greens, cheese and eggs—which many people avoid. The amount of vitamin K in these foods is also scant, especially in the case of vitamin K2. So in many cases, supplementing is more desirable.
Your body needs iodine to produce thyroid hormones like triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). But because not everyone eats table salt or seafood (the prevalent food source of iodine), many people aren’t getting enough.
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