Vitamin K

Vitamin K is a group of fat-soluble vitamins found in many different foods.  It comes in several different forms and subtypes, but K1 and K2 are the primary forms. It has a co-beneficial relationship with Vitamin D and Calcium. When combined, the body uses them all more effectively.

Vitamin K helps with blood clotting and bone strength, but also supports your heart by activating proteins that prevent the deposit of calcium in your arteries. When taken by itself as a supplement, it is best consumed at mealtime alongside a serving of healthy fats.

Food Sources: leafy vegetables, vegetable oils, meat, cheese, eggs, soybeans

Benefits*: blood and heart health, blood clotting, bone strength

Works Best With*: Vitamin D, Calcium, and Healthy Fats

Found In

Prenatal Multi

In addition to a complete offering of essential vitamins and minerals, this high-quality Prenatal delivers 250 mg DHA, 800mcg of Folate, and 27mg of Iron to help prevent birth defects and to support red blood cell production, as well as healthy eye and brain development for both Mother and Child. *

Postnatal Multi

Your nutritional needs and those of your newborn are quite different than they were during the pregnancy. So why would you continue taking the same prenatal? Our Postnatal Multi is designed to help your body recover and repair from pregnancy and birth, while providing added nutritional support for breastfeeding.*

Everyday Multi +Plus

Combines essential vitamins and nutrients, plus trace minerals, to support overall health & well-being.*

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