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  • Preventative support for bone health.
  • Suitable for vegetarians.

Calci-D-min is made from 100% vegetarian approved ingredients and has been formulated to help support optimal bone and joint health. Our key minerals are derived from Aquamin which is made from a sustainable source of seaweed that generates natural calcium as well 74 other trace minerals that are easily absorbed by the body. We have added vitamins D3, K1 and K2 and other co-factors such as boron to enhance the blend and offer your bones extra support.

About the calcium and magnesium we use in Calci-D-Min - Aquamin 

Aquamin is produced from a natural mineral source – calcareous marine algae (Lithothamnion sp.). The seaweed is a sustainable crop and harvested from the North Atlantic seabed.

Thanks to its unique structure, Aquamin is easier to digest than rock and animal bone based minerals making it suitable for those with sensitive digestive systems. 

About the vitamin K2 we use in Calci-D-Min - K2VITAL Delta by Kappa Bioscience

Vitamin K2 is a fat-soluble vitamin, playing a central role in regulating calcium metabolism. All over the body, vitamin K2 is needed to activate vitamin K-dependent proteins, which help get calcium to where it's needed and prevent harmful deposits anywhere else.

Studies show that many of us around the world aren't getting enough vitamin K2. For a long while, human diets provided plenty of vitamin K2. But somewhere along the way, that stopped being the case, and a lot of people started developing vitamin K2 deficiency. Dietary recommendations range between 75 to 120 mcg per day, but these can be higher for certain populations. No matter who we are, or what we do, we all need vitamin K2.

Kappa Bioscience AS was founded in Oslo, Norway in 2006 when a brilliant scientist discovered the synthesis of pure, all-bioactive vitamin K2 MK-7, an essential vitamin needed to direct calcium around our bodies, and keep hearts, bones, and lots of other things healthy.

There is often some confusion around the differences between vitamins K, K1 and K2.

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that exists naturally in multiple forms, K1 (phylloquinone) or K2 (menaquinone).

Vitamin K1 is found in high amounts in leafy green vegetables. It has a short half-life, and is mainly used by the liver to support blood clotting. Deficiencies are rare.

Vitamin K2: also known as menaquinone, is normally found in animal-derived and fermented products. Unlike K1, Vitamin K2 is used not just by the liver, but also by our bones and vasculature.

It activates many calcium-binding proteins, such as osteocalcin or matrix Gla protein, which play roles in building and maintaining bone mass, and preventing calcification of the arteries and other soft tissues, respectively. Many of us are deficient in vitamin K2.

K2VITAL® DELTA: the patented solution for exceptional stability

Back in 2012, it was discovered that Vitamin K2 degrades in the presence of minerals. Not ideal when it often gets mixed with them. So, Kappa Bioscience did something about it and created special double-coated beadlets, build to last so customers could stop worrying about about shelf-life.

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Unfortunately, a balanced diet alone isn’t enough for us to get the K2 we need. This stimulated the developement of K2VITAL®, a patented, 99.7% all-trans K2 MK-7, which is identical to the K2 molecule found in nature and fully bioactive.


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