Background

What everyone should know

If you eat fruit and vegetables regularly and a portion of fish from time to time, you will supply your body with almost all the vitamins it needs in sufficient quantities - except for vitamin D. It is possible to absorb the necessary amount of vitamin K through food, but it depends on the details of the diet: Those who eat a lot of broccoli, kale or parsley provide themselves with sufficient vitamin K. Those who avoid such varieties of vegetables may be deficient in vitamin K.

Vitamin D is biologically active in the human body in the variant D3 and vitamin K as K2 in MK-7 form.

Our skin produces vitamin D when exposed to direct sunlight. However, an excess of direct sunlight increases the risk of skin cancer. In Europe, many people suffer from vitamin D deficiency. The consequences include a weakened immune system, an increased risk of cancer, fatigue and depression. The German Robert Koch Institute explains the reasons for the vitamin D deficiency of many Europeans thus:

"Low vitamin D levels in the local latitudes are mostly caused by low endogenous vitamin D formation (self-synthesis). For self-synthesis, UV-B radiation of the wavelength 290 nm to 315 nm is needed, which is only present year-round in regions below the 35th degree of latitude. At higher latitudes, the intensity and duration of sufficient radiation decreases and vitamin D formation becomes dependent on the season. This also applies to Germany, which is located between the 47th and 55th degrees of latitude. Here, the body's own formation is only possible from about March to October when people spend time outdoors. During this time, in addition to meeting acute needs, the body can also build up vitamin D reserves in fat and muscle tissue, which it can draw on during the winter months.

However, the build-up of sufficient stores can be made more difficult by various external and individual factors, so that low vitamin D levels can occur, especially in the dark season.

Among the external factors are climatic conditions. For example, UV-B radiation can be reduced by more than 90 % even in the summer months due to unfavourable weather conditions, such as heavy cloud cover. In addition, altitude, sunshine duration, ozone content of the air and air pollution also play a role.

Individual factors include age, skin colour and body weight, as well as the influence of modern lifestyles. In particular, the steady decrease in outdoor activities and the increased stay indoors (e.g. due to office work or changed leisure time behaviour) should be mentioned here. The respective sun protection behaviour and certain clothing habits, for example the complete covering of the body for cultural or religious reasons, also have an influence.

In addition, it is difficult to provide the human body with sufficient vitamin D with the help of food because only a few foods contain appreciable amounts of vitamin D (for example, fatty sea fish, certain offal, edible mushrooms, eggs), which are rarely consumed in Germany or are consumed in small quantities."

Your body needs vitamin K in sufficient quantities because:

# Vitamin K contributes to normal blood clotting.
# Vitamin K contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.


Your body needs vitamin D because vitamin D:

# contributes to normal immune system function.
# contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.
# contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function.
# contributes to the maintenance of normal teeth.
# has a function in cell division.
# contributes to a normal absorption/utilisation of calcium and phosphorus.
# contributes to normal blood calcium levels.
# contributes to reducing the risk of falls caused by postural instability and muscle weakness.


Vitamin D is especially important for children because vitamin D:

# is needed for healthy growth and development of bones in children.
# contributes to normal immune system function in children.


Elite Vitamin K2+D3 provides adults and children with vitamin K and vitamin D in perfectly dosed form. One capsule per week is enough! Take one capsule on any given day of the week with a sip of water and you will never again be deficient in vitamin K and vitamin D! One can of Elite Vitamin K2+D3 contains 90 capsules. So the supply will last one person for more than 20 months!

It is usually harmless, but also useless, to take more than one capsule of Elite Vitamin K2+D3 a week. The human body does not need more vitamin D per week than is contained in one capsule of Elite Vitamin K2+D3. Vitamin K is supplied to the body via the capsule as a supplement to the diet in a sufficiently high dose to make a deficiency of it very unlikely.

If you are under medical treatment and regularly take medication, please consult your doctor before taking Elite Vitamin K2+D3, as it may interact with anticoagulant medicines.      

BUY