I. What is Osteosine
Osteosine is 30 tablets containing 45 mcg of the natural form of vitamin K2 in combination with 5 mcg of vitamin D3 and 250 mg of calcium.
Vitamin K was discovered by Danish researcher Henryk Dam and American scientist Edward Doiss in 1930. Both scientists received the Nobel Prize in 1943. Over the past 10 years, Vitamin K has been found to exist in two forms: Vitamin K1 and Vitamin K2.
Vitamin K1 is found in green plants: peas, broccoli, etc.
Vitamin K2 is found in the highest concentrations in Japanese natto, as well as in some fermented cheeses and dairy products. The role of vitamin K2 remains unknown for a long time. Thanks to research by Professor Wermer at the Maastricht Institute of Cardiology, it is already known that vitamin K2 is necessary for the proper absorption of calcium and preventing the arteries from forming calcifications. A long-term study in the Netherlands found that regular intake of vitamin K2 significantly reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease, while improving bone health and delaying age-related decrease in bone density. Regular intake of vitamin K2 (combined with a variety of diets and physical activity) has become a preferred prophylaxis for both osteoporosis and blood vessel calcification, which is at the root of many serious cardiac arrests. o-vascular diseases. When taking vitamin D3 and calcium, it is always recommended to take vitamin K2. The human body is unable to synthesize only vitamin K2.
Calcium is the main building block of bones and teeth and is essential for maintaining normal bone mineral density.
Vitamin D3 is involved in the transfer of calcium and phosphorus from the intestine into the bloodstream and prevents excessive excretion of calcium in the urine. It is essential for the normal development of bones and teeth, especially in children during active growth.
II. OSTEOZIN may be useful:
OSTEOZIN is a source of Vitamin K2, vitamin D3 and calcium and contributes to:
- maintaining the normal state of the bones and teeth;
- the normal absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus;
- directing calcium to the bones and teeth and preventing its deposition where not desired – in the soft tissues and arteries
III. How Osteosine should be taken?
Adults and children over 3 years of age take 1 tablet once a day. During pregnancy, it can only be used after consultation with a doctor. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake of 1 tablet per day.
IV. Who should not take Osteozin?
Do not take it if you have been allergic to any of the ingredients of the tablet. The most common symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rashes, itching, swelling of the lips and face, shortness of breath.Ask your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms when taking OSTEOZIN
- Store in a dry, well-ventilated place.
- Do not store above 25 ° C.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight.
- Keep away from children.
- Do not use after the expiry date or if the integrity of the packaging has been compromised.
New clinical studies prove that vitamin K plays an important role in children’s health. For more information, please follow the links dow below: