23 million Americans have a severe Vitamin D deficiency, according to the CDC.
Did you know If you’re not sunbathing during your lunch break, odds are that you are not getting enough vitamin D? Research shows that the best way to absorb vitamin D3 is directly through the daystar around solar noon. If you’re all cooped up in your office and are not supplementing with D3, then you most likely don’t have enough of that vitamin to get most of its benefits. Do you get some D3 from food? Yes, absolutely! Do you get enough of D3 from food for maximum nutrient utilization? Sadly not, especially if you are not getting sun exposure on the daily.
What type of role does Vitamin D3 play in your system?
Vitamin D3 is one of the 4 fat soluble vitamins that is an important steroid hormone when it is converted into its active metabolite form. This steroid hormone regulates mineral levels in the bone, kidneys, intestines and liver. It plays a major role in calcium absorption and regulation, whether you are deficient in Vitamin D3 or took too much of it.
Why does this Vitamin D3 supplement come with K2?
When you have optimal levels of vitamin D in your body, you're able to absorb all the important bone-strengthening, immune-boosting minerals such as calcium and magnesium. However, if you're low on Vitamin K, your body may choose to store these minerals in places that you don't want, such as your arteries instead of your bones.
Vitamin D3 & K2 supplementation is highly recommended for athletes!
Supplementing with D3 and K3 can really help you build some lower body strength. Due to its role in calcium absorption and regulation, this supplement can help build strength and improve physical performance. Adequate levels of D3 can reduce inflammation, pain and increase muscle synthesis and the synthesis of ATP. Strength and energy is all you need as an athlete!
This product comes in two super unique flavors, and you guessed it… We have a favorite! Passion Fruit Guava was super delicious.
How We Use It:
We recommend taking 5 sprays of deliciousness in the mouth then swallowing it, preferably in the morning with food.