METHOD OF APPLICATION
Method of application: Once a day, pour the contents of the bag, in three equal, consecutive portions, on the tongue. After each portion, allow the contents to dissolve slightly and then swallow it.
The product is not intended for people who are hypersensitive to the ingredients of the product, people under the age of 18, pregnant women, nursing mothers, people with hypercalcemia, or people on oral anticoagulant therapy. People taking other medications must consult a GP (MD) before use.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Excessive use can cause a laxative effect.
Use the product under medical supervision. The product is a nutritionally incomplete food and is not suitable for use as the only food source. Not for parenteral use.
Storage: Store in the original package, protected from light and moisture at a temperature up to 25° C, Keep out of reach of children.
Net quantity: 40g (20 bags)
|Content of active components
|Vitamin D<span”>3 (cholecalciferol)
|Vitamin K<span”>2 <span”>(menaquinone)
Vitamin D3K2 Direct forte is a food for special medical purposes and in a daily dose it contains 2000 IU (50 µg) of vitamin D3 and 75 µg of vitamin K2 which contribute to the maintenance of normal function of the bone and joint system, as well as the prevention of osteoporosis. Beneficial effects have been clinically proven in people with autoimmune, cardiovascular, malignant and other diseases.
Other ingredients: bulking agent: sorbitol; aroma; acidity regulator: citric acid; anti- clotting agent: magnesium stearate; sweetener: steviol glycosides.
MECHANISM OF ACTION
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) belongs to the group of liposoluble vitamins with significant ﬁsiological effects. The regulation of its metabolism is complex and involves calcium, phosphate and hormones, the most important of which is PTH (parathyroid hormone). The two most important mechanisms by which vitamin D maintains normal calcium and phosphate concentrations are facilitating the resorption of calcium and phosphate from the intestine and accelerating their mobilization from bone. In the absence of vitamin D, the resorption of calcium and phosphate from the digestive tract is significantly reduced. As a result, a larger amount of PTH is secreted, which mobilizes calcium from the bones. This leads to bone demineralization, which can be manifested by rickets in children, or osteomalacia and osteoporosis in adults.
The role of vitamin D is to prevent demineralization and has a preventive effect on these processes. In addition to the effects on bone health, vitamin D shows a beneficial effect in autoimmune, malignant, cardiovascular and other diseases in which vitamin D replacement is necessary.
Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) is synthesized by bacteria in intestines, and belongs to the group of liposoluble vitamins. Relatively recent studies have shown that vitamin K2 (menaquinone) participates in the modulation of osteocalcin and the maintenance of bone health, and can be considered useful in the prevention of osteoporosis. In addition to its effects on bone health, vitamin K2 has a beneficial effect on cardiovascular, malignant and other diseases, especially in combination with vitamin D3.