Vitamin K-2, 75 mcg, 60 Vegetarian Capsules
|Vitamin K (as Mixed Menaquinones)||75 mcg||63%|
|Choline (from Choline Bitartrate)||65 mg||12%|
|L-Glutamic Acid||50 mg||*|
What is Vitamin K?
There are two types of vitamin K: phylloquinone or vitamin K1, a substance that occurs naturally in plants, and menaquinone or vitamin K2, which occurs naturally in meat and is also produced by intestinal bacteria. Foods containing vitamin K include liver, fish, eggs, leafy greens, broccoli, green tea, and other green vegetables. Natto, a sticky, pungent, traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans, is an especially rich source of vitamin K2.
Top Nutritional Source (per 100g)
Kale: 531 mcg (443% DV)
Swiss Chard: 398 mcg (332% DV)
Collard Greens: 386 mcg (322% DV)
Natto: 313 mcg (261% DV)
Spinach: 145 mcg (121% DV)
Broccoli: 141 mcg (117% DV)
Lindberg Activated Vitamin K2
- Vitamin K (75 mcg)
- Choline (from Choline Bitartrate)
- L-Glutamic Acid (50 mg)
- Veggie Capsules
- Double-Verified Gluten-Free
Lindberg Activated K2 is made up of menaquinione MK-4 through MK-10. Our formula is double-verified gluten-free, providing the utmost purity and potency available for this vitamin. Simply take one veggie capsule daily for maximum support.