ADK 10 supports bone health through increased calcium absorption and metabolism, boosts immune health, supports brain and mental health, as well as cardiovascular health and thyroid function. And that’s not to mention the energy boosting effects and the promotion of healthy hair, skin, and nail.
NOT TO BE TAKEN DURING PREGNANCY, CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN.
|About This Prouct||
This nutraceutical is a combination of three essential vitamins that supports normal bone health in men and women. Together vitamin D3 and K2 are vital in producing osteocalcin, a protein secreted in bones that helps strengthen them. Vitamin A supports these two vitamins, as well as the immune system. This combination has been designed to help maintain normal bone density and strength., Osteocalcin is a protein that assists with remodeling our bones by both reabsorbing older bone and laying down new healthy bone. Vitamin D3, the “sunshine vitamin,” is vital in producing
osteocalcin. However, D3 needs help from vitamin K2, a cofactor that is essential to the bone-strengthening process. Vitamin A supports these two vitamins, as well as the immune system and a healthy heart. When taken daily, BioTE ADK 10 promotes the positive effects of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and may help maintain normal bone strength. This combination includes vitamin A as retinyl palmitate, vitamin D3 as cholecalciferol, and vitamin K2 as menaquinone-7. BioTE ADK 10 contains 10,000 IU of vitamin D3 per capsule.
Number of Servings Per Bottle:
Take 1 capsule daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
This product is soy free, dairy free, and gluten free.
Vitamin A (as Retinyl Palmitate) 1.5 mg, Vitamin D (as Vitamin D3) (10,000 IU) 250 mcg, Vitamin K (as MK-4 and MK-7) 500 mcg.
Microcrystalline, Cellulose, Hypromellose (derived from cellulose) capsule, Calcium Laurate.
As vitamin K interferes with the effect of anti-coagulant drugs (like Coumadin), the concurrent use of these agents should be avoided.
Zhang Yu, FangFang, TangJingjing, Jia Lu, Feng Yuning, Xu Ping et al. Association between vitamin D supplementation and mortality: systematic review and meta-analysis BMJ 2019; 366 :l4673.