– Overview –
Deficiency and Benefits
Vitamin A is important for growth and development, for the maintenance of the immune system and good vision. It also promotes healthy skin, teeth while helping to prevent prostate cancer.
Vitamin A has antioxidant properties which helps neutralize free radicals in the body that can cause tissue and cellular damage. It also supports gene regulation and facilitates cell differentiation.
What is it? Why is there a deficiency? The numerous benefits.
Part I Discusses the many factors contributing to Vitamin D deficiency and how to supplement in order to correct this deficiency.
Part II Begins to look the vast and ongoing research on the many benefits of Vitamin D supplementation. The focus is on more central and core functions in the body.
Part III Benefits continued. This section focuses on more specific functions in the body and the role Vitamin D may play in cancer prevention and treatment.
What is it? Why do we need it?
Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) is a product of the fermentation and is created by certain bacteria. It is found in fermented raw grass fed dairy and certain other fermented foods like natto.
Vitamin K is needed for bones, teeth, brain, cognition, skin, diabetes, energy, inflammation and the immune system.
Synergies, Overlapping Benefits and Interactions
Vitamins A, D3, and K2 work in concert for many aspects of our health. All three must be in balance for effective results throughout the body. In this post we highlight the overlapping and synergistic benefits between the three vitamins.
Not only do these vitamins work well together to maintain good health, they also protect you from toxicity and negative side effects.
Summary of Benefits Table
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