ForMeds BICAPS Vitamin K2, D3 MAX 60 capsules
Dietary supplement BICAPS® K2 D3 MAX contains 200 µg of microencapsulated vitamin K (K2 MK-7) and 4,000 IU of vitamin D (D3) from lanolin in 1 capsule without any additives.
Pullulan capsule is obtained through a natural fermentation process. No animal raw materials are used during production, so the capsule is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
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products do not contain artificial fillers, anti-caking agents and dyes, such as: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, etc.
The container is made with the use of plant materials.
Vitamins K and D help maintain healthy bones. Vitamin D is involved in the proper absorption and use of calcium and maintaining its proper level in the blood. Additionally, it supports the functioning of the muscular and immune systems.
PRODUCT ForMeds BICAPS Vitamin K2, D3 MAX INGREDIENTS
Daily dose - 1 capsule contains (nutrient reference value%):
Vitamin K (K2 MK-7) - 200 µg (266%),
Vitamin D (D3) - 100 µg (2,000%) / 4,000 IU,
Inulin - 310 mg.
IU- International Unit (1 µg = 40 IU).
Ingredients: inulin (chicory root), pullulan (capsule shell), vitamin K (microencapsulated menaquinone-7), vitamin D (from lanolin).
RECOMMENDED ForMeds BICAPS Vitamin K2, D3 MAX USE
Take 1 capsule once a day with a meal.
Number of capsules in the package: 60.
Number of portions in the package: 60.
Net package content: 18.8 g.
Protect from light, store at room temperature, in a dry place out of the reach of small children.
Dietary supplement intended for healthy people over 75 years of age. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose for consumption during the day. The product cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. We recommend a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. The product should not be consumed by people taking anticoagulants containing vitamin K antagonists (e.g. warfarin and acenocoumarol). Before use, it is recommended to perform a 25- (OH) D blood test and consult a doctor or pharmacist for the test result.