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Flavitamin Vitamin K2 (100pcs)

Flavitamin Vitamin K2 (100pcs)

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Research in recent years has highlighted that vitamin K deficiency, which is very common among Western people, is one of the major causes of cardiovascular and soft tissue calcification.

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Research in recent years has highlighted that vitamin K deficiency, which is very common among Western people, is one of the major causes of cardiovascular and soft tissue calcification.

Cardiovascular Effect:
It has long been thought, and still is learned by everyone in school, that human gut bacteria produce enough vitamin K. Today, this has become doubtful, with measurements not confirming that a significant amount of vitamin K produced by intestinal bacteria would be produced and absorbed. Calcification of blood vessels and soft tissues is now practically considered an age-related lesion, although to the best of our knowledge, it is mainly caused by a lack of vitamin K. It follows, however, that vitamin K deficiency is considered to be practically general.

Analyzing the cardiovascular effects of vitamin K, it has now become clear that adequate levels of vitamin K intake can  slow or even reverse the calcification of blood vessels and the heart . Based on several studies, vitamin K1 appears to be ineffective in this regard, while vitamin K2 is effective (e.g., Beulens et al., 2009). This is likely due to the fact that vitamin K2 raises blood levels more permanently and is otherwise more effective (Schurgers et al., 2007). In the 7-year follow-up Rotterdam study, among those with the highest vitamin K2 levels, there was a 60% reduction in heart mortality, a 26% reduction in all-cause mortality, and a 52% reduction in severe aortic calcification (Geleijnse et al., 2004). .

The role of vitamin K in osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is usually caused by low calcium intake and increased calcium intake in people with osteoporosis. However, this results in increased soft tissue and cardiovascular calcification. In recent years, several studies have shown that increased calcium supplementation, with or without vitamin D, increases the risk of cardiovascular death by 10-20%. Strangely, medical research lacks synthesizing minds that can simultaneously see the one-way results of osteoporosis, vitamin D research, and vitamin K research. Researchers always deal only with their own narrow field.

Vitamin K research has shown that osteocalcin, a protein associated with vitamin K, is found in large amounts in bone tissue. Because it is produced by bone cells, high levels are a sign of bone building. However, osteocalcin can only bind minerals and build them into bones if it is activated by vitamin K. Numerous studies have shown that low levels of vitamins K1 and K2 result in decreased bone density and more frequent pelvic, vertebral and femoral neck fractures. In a Japanese study e.g. those with the lowest vitamin K blood levels had a 3.6-fold higher risk of vertebral fracture than those with the highest vitamin K blood levels (Tsugawa et al., 2008). In Japan, menaquinone-4 (a type of vitamin K2) has long been used daily. This dose is 450 times the current recommendation.The treatment reduces fractures and strengthens the bone.

Vitamin K appears to be the next vitamin to play a vital role in preventing cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.

Taurine
What is taurine?
Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that is also found in the human body (amino acids are components of proteins), which is found in the brain and nervous system in the highest amount, and is the second most abundant amino acid in breast milk. The human body contains 1 gram of taurine per kilogram. Taurine accounts for 50% of all free amino acids present in the heart. You can participate in the processes of maintaining performance and health in a variety of ways.

What is it in?
Its main sources are seafood (shellfish, crab) and fish. It also occurs naturally in other meats and breast milk. It is the second most abundant amino acid in breast milk.

What is your role?
It acts as an energy transmitter and detoxifier. Stabilizes cell membranes and regulates calcium concentration. It is involved in processes of maintaining performance and health in a variety of ways, including regulating fluid levels in muscle cells, transporting minerals, affecting insulin and adrenaline levels, metabolism, fat digestion, the immune system, cholesterol levels, sperm and bile production.
Its presence is essential for the optimal development of the nervous system. When taurine levels in the body are low, various disorders can occur, such as damage to the heart muscle, abnormal development of the retina, and growth retardation. Taurine accounts for 50% of all free amino acids present in the heart. It has a positive effect on the heart muscle and has been shown in several studies to lower blood pressure.
Taurine helps regulate the level of calcium inside the cell. Thus, if there is enough taurine in the body, the risk of heart calcification is significantly reduced. Taurine dosing is useful for the stressed body, which exerts extreme energy, to help with mental activity and diabetics.

Research Findings:
In one experiment, taurine stimulated glucose uptake into cells corresponding to 50% of the capacity of insulin. In another experiment comparing insulin and taurine, taurine increased the intake of an amino acid called proline. Interestingly, the insulin-taurine combination did not produce better results than the two substances alone. Like glutamine, many people consider taurine to be crucial to their condition. Although our body normally produces all taurine, its deficiency is manifested in the functional insufficiency of certain tissues.

Ingredients:
Taurine, Flavin7 bioflavonoid complex (red grape seed-husk drying, sorghum seed-husk drying, blackberry seed husk drying, black cherry husk drying, blackcurrant kernel husk drying, redcurrant husk husk drying, redcurrant husk husk drying, , green tea, vitamin K2 (menaquinone-7), gelatin (capsule cover).

Recommended daily intake:
– 3 capsules.

Active ingredient in daily dose:

3 capsules
Vitamin K2 (menaquinone-7)100
* g * NRV 133.3%
Total polyphenols
Of which:
– flavonoid
16.1 mg + – 10%
11.3 mg
Taurin800 mg
Green tea200 mg

* NRV is% of recommended daily intake for adults.

Net weight:
– 60g (100pcs x 600mg).

Packaging:
– 100 capsules.