Vitamin D3 with Vitamin K Topical Patch
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Vitamin D3 Topical Patch

Serving Size: 1 Patch
Servings Per Container:  30

Amount Per Serving                                   % DV

VitaminD3(as cholecalciferol) 10000     1666%
Vitamin K.(as Menaquinone MK4).10000   *
Vitamin K.(as Menaquinone MK7). 10000  *

*Daily Value has not been established.

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PRODUCTS  ARE MANUFACTURED  IN
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Known as the sunshine vitamin, Vitamin D is produced by the body when the skin is exposed to direct sunlight. Your body needs Vitamin D so that it can absorb calcium from your diet and produce healthy bone tissue and a strong immune system. Vitamin D is also absorbed by your body in some foods. However, without a diet high in Vitamin D and enough exposure to sunlight it is common for a Vitamin D deficiency to develop.

Some of the symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency are: Poor mood and depression, light headedness,  weakness, muscle ache, muscle twitching, and osteoporosis. Furthermore, Vitamin D deficiency has been found to be associated with the advancement of cancers, for example; breast, colon, ovarian, and prostate.[1]

The Vitamin D patch is designed to be attached to your skin so it can immediately begin to increase the amount of Vitamin D in your bloodstream. Some patients have reported a boost of energy and feelings of healthfulness within a day of starting the patch. The adhesive of the patch allows it to be worn overnight. The Vitamin D patch is made from the highest quality ingredients and is manufactured for use in the United States.

People that are most likely to be affected by vitamin D deficiency are persons with little or no solar exposure. Climate, dress habits, avoiding sun exposure and too much sunscreen protection limit the production of Vitamin D.[2]

[1] Cherniack; Levis; Troen (2008). “Hypovitaminosis D a widespread epidemic”. Geriatrics. Retrieved 14 April 2015.

[2] Kennel, Kurt, MD et al., Vitamin D Deficiency in Adults: When to Test and How to Treat, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, August 2010, pp752–758

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