Vitamin A is one of the best nutrients for the eyes. It supports the rods and cones, which are essential to seeing the differences between dark and light. By supporting the health of these structures, Vitamin A may help to prevent blindness. Vitamin A helps combat cataracts and age related macular degeneration. It also helps maintain healthy skin and mucous membranes. Healthy skin and mucous membranes inhibit viral and bacterial pathogens. Vitamin A helps the body to produce lymphocytes and is important for healthy skin and healthy eyes. These are important cells in the immune system that fight diseases and bacteria.*
Benefits of Vitamin D3
Vitamin D3 is the Sunshine Vitamin. It is a vitamin the body produces in the skin or dermis from exposure to sun light (UVB). Yet with today’s indoor living, clothing that covers most of our skin surfaces, and use of sunscreens to reduce risks of skin cancer, many people are deficient in Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 has been found to have many hormone-like functions. It is an important pro-vitamin helping other nutrients to be utilized by the body. Vitamin D3 is crucial for healthy bones and teeth, because it allows proper absorption of calcium and phosphorus. This promotes the health and strength of bones, teeth, fingernails, hair, etc. Vitamin D3 also supports the immune system by activating the immune system cells. Vitamin D3 supports a healhy metabolic function that can help reduce fat.
Benefits of Vitamin K2
Vitamin K2 is menaquinone (MK-7) a fat-soluble vitamin shown to play an important role in blood clotting and support of bone formation. Vitamin K2 also helps prevent hardening of the arteries, thereby reducing risks of cardiovascular disease, and reducing risks of cancer. It allows carboxylation of bone proteins in bone formation.
Suggested use: Take 1 capsule twice daily or as recommended by your physician
Vitamin A 5000 mg Vitamin D3 5000 mg Vitamin K2 500 mcg