Natural Vitamin K2, MK-7, 300mcg | Optimum Quality K2

Why Choose Innerzyme's Vitamin K2, MK-7?
  • Natural form of Vitamin K2
  • Highly recommended by doctors worldwide
  • Optimum quality Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-7 from fermented soybeans)
  • Non-GMO
  • 300 mcg of pure Vitamin K2, MK-7 per vegetarian capsule
  • Highest potency, natural K2 supplement on the market
  • Low daily dose (1 capsule/day)
  • Easy to swallow
  • Manufactured to highest standards - cGMP certified facility
  • Made in the USA
Order Online at www.innerzyme.com.


Friday, September 5, 2014

Highly Recommended Natural Vitamin K2, MK-7 Supplement by Innerzyme | 300mcg and Non-GMO

Studies show high doses of Vitamin K2, MK-7 may address the following health issues:

  • Cardiovascular Health*
  • Bone and Soft Tissue Health*
  • Arterial Calcification*
  • Brain Function*
  • Osteoporosis*
Why Choose Innerzyme's Vitamin K2, MK-7?

  • Natural form of Vitamin K2
  • Optimum quality Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-7 from fermented soybeans)
  • Non-GMO
  • 300 mcg of pure Vitamin K2, MK-7 per vegetarian capsule
  • High potency
  • Low daily dose (1 capsule/day)
  • Easy to swallow
  • Manufactured to highest standards - cGMP certified facility
  • Made in the USA
For more information, visit: www.innerzyme.com 
 
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Monday, May 19, 2014

SPECIAL OFFER!! Save $15 OFF Your $50 Innerzyme Order - Expires May 23, 2014 | Vitamin K2 MK-7 300mcg



Innerzyme Supplements
  • Innerzyme Vitamin K2, MK-7, 300mcg (30ct & 90ct)
  • Innerzyme Pain & Inflammation Blend (250ct)
  • Innerzyme Digestive Enzyme Complex (90ct & 180ct)
  • Innerzyme Papaya Enzyme Chewable (90ct)
  • Innerzyme Vitamin D3 5000IUs (60ct)


Monday, February 17, 2014

Why is it that with all the calcium supplements and calcium rich foods, osteoporosis and hip fracture rates have not changed?

Question:

Why is it that with all the calcium supplements and calcium rich foods, osteoporosis and hip fracture rates have not changed?

Answer:

It is because taking a calcium supplement or adding calcium into your diet does not guarantee it will end up in your bones. You also need vitamin K2 which is responsible for channeling the calcium into your bones while keeping it out of your arteries.

Next Step:

http://www.innerzyme.com/VitaminK2.html

Monday, February 10, 2014

Dr. Eli Hammer Reviews Innerzyme Vitamin K2, MK-7, 300mcg | Product Testimonial for Natural Vitamin K2


As an Anti-Aging Medicine physician, I am continuously searching for anything that can be used to improve my patients' present health, prevent future disease, and improve their quality of life.  In addition to a healthy diet, optimal exercise, and bio-identical hormones, I also recommend and prescribe nutritional supplements to my patients.  The most exciting, and possibly the most important discovery in supplements since Vitamin D3, may indeed be Vitamin K2.  In fact, they actually work together to keep your bones strong and arteries clear of plaque.  Up until recently, finding the proper form of Vitamin K2 was difficult to say the least.  Ideally, a typical patient needs about 300mcg of Vitamin K2 per day, and should be in the most optimal form of K2 called MK-7.  Most supplements use the synthetic and cheaper form of Vitamin K2 called MK-4, and come in less optimal dosing of 50-100mcg per capsule.  I discovered Innerzyme Vitamin K2 MK-7 about two years ago and have been using this product exclusively ever since.  Not only is it the only brand of Vitamin K2 that comes in a one capsule optimal dose of 300mcg, it is also of the MK-7 variety and produced naturally from fermented soy (natto), the optimal source.  Along with the convenience of taking a single capsule daily, its pricing is also very competitive.  My patients, family, and myself have been quite pleased with Innerzyme's newest product, Vitamin K2, along with the company's entire line of supplements.


* For more information about Dr. Eli Hammer and The Hammer Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine, visit www.hammerinstitute.com