D+K Vitamin D3 4000iu + K2 60mcg + zinc 80 tablets | Best Body

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effects and benefits

  • high-quality tabs with vitamin D3, vitamin K2 and zinc
  • 4000 iu vitamin D per portion
  • 1 tablet covers the daily requirement of vitamin D
  • vitamin D, K and zinc contribute to the maintenance of normal bones
  • zinc contributes to a normal immune system
  • easy to dose

 

The Vitamin D Tabs from Best Body Nutrition contain an optimally balanced mix of vitamin D3, vitamin K2 and zinc. A sufficient supply of vitamin D is important for the bones and muscles. One tablet contains 4000iu  per portion.
Vitamins and minerals are essential substances for the body. The body cannot produce them itself, they must be provided through food or supplements.
Vitamins D and K are fat-soluble vitamins. Among other things, vitamin D is found in salmon, eggs and mushrooms. In contrast, vitamin K is mainly found in green vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli, Brussels sprouts or in rape and grape seed oil.
The human body can produce vitamin D from sunlight itself or absorb it through food. The prerequisite for our body to produce vitamin D itself is that sufficient sunlight reaches the skin. Especially in the dark season it is difficult to get enough vitamin D from sunlight. This can lead to an undersupply. In this case, supplementation with vitamin D can be useful.
Since the body can produce vitamin D itself, it is strictly speaking not a vitamin at all. It belongs to the prohormones (hormone precursor). A prohormone has little or no hormonal effect. The body has to convert it into a hormone during metabolism.

Vitamin D performs a variety of tasks in the body. Among other things, it contributes to normal absorption/utilisation of calcium and phosphorus and to a normal blood calcium levels. Furthermore, vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and normal muscle function. Vitamin D is also good for our health because it contributes to the normal function of the immune system.
Vitamin K is absorbed in the intestines and transported to the liver via the blood. Vitamin K contributes to normal blood clotting and the maintenance of normal bones.

In addition, Vitamin D Tabs contain the essential mineral zinc. Among other things, zinc contributes to a normal macronutrient metabolism, normal functioning of the immune system, normal carbohydrate metabolism and metabolism of fatty acids. Furthermore, the contained zinc contributes to protect the cells from oxidative stress. Zinc has a function in cell division and contributes to normal protein synthesis and the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood.

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Wound healing: leave a wound exposed or not? On popular assumptions and role of vitamins

Sometimes it seems I'm the Überklutz as bad balance and absent mindedness made me crash down on my knee after forgetting to unfold one pedal of the folding bike and trying in vein to unfold it while riding.
Thinking it was only a minor wound it only occurred to me to visit the physician two days later when the wound wouldn't stop bleeding : turns out I should have gone immediately as it actually should have been stitched, for which it was too late some 48 hours later.

The assistant told me to clean the wound with water three times a day and take antibiotics for a week.
Can't remember whether plasters were recommended or not, but by chance, that same night I listened to that very same topic on a Dutch cycling podcast (Tweewielers). Apparently wounds should be covered up and kept moist rather than to let them dry and exposed to air.

Apparently this discovery to keep wounds moist was already known by physicians in traditional medicine around the world such as China Egypt or Greece, with methods of which some are being rediscovered, such as the habit to treat wounds with honey.

Seems I'm not the only one to have a wrong perception on what's best for wound healing. Covering up always seemed superfluous to me.  What other popular assumptions are false or true? And what about supplements to take?

Should I get the vaccin against COVID-19 or not? On vaccines, ivermectin, paracetamol and fever 

By late April most older adults in the Netherlands will have received an invitation from the government or their physicians to get vaccinated. My own invitation came in this past week, quite a bit earlier than expected. 
 
To be honest, it took me much longer to decide than anticipated. And no, it wasn't just because of all the health scares around the AstraZeneca vaccin due to rare thrombosis incidences. 
 
In general, I'm a fan of vaccinations. As a child I received all of the vaccins that were given to us, with no questions asked.
When travelling to Brazil in 2002, I also followed the guidelines to get vaccinated against yellow fever and hepatitis B. 
 
Like most people, I've also been in awe about the speed at which vaccines were developed for COVID-19. Unlike some, I'm also not as concerned about the use of new mRNA technology to develop the Moderna and Pfizer vaccins. What does appal me though is the high cost for these vaccins, that run in to almost €20 for those high tech vaccins as opposed to just about €2 for a traditional vaccin like Oxford AstraZeneca.
What's worse is that those vaccins don't even offer absolute protection and people may be reinfected with a newer virus strain. Or they may require yearly booster vaccins. 
 
As I was pondering whether or not to get vaccinated, a Youtube video passed by in which dr. John Campbell interviewed dr. Pierre Kory. 
 

Thrombosis, blood clotting and vitamin K

In the past month we've heard about a startling effect of vaccins on some people's immune system: a spontanous auto-immune reaction towards someone's own blood platelets causing both internal bleeding and thrombosis. 
 
Not your average thrombosis, but in weird places too.
Since thrombosis relates to excessive blood clotting and vitamin K is involved in blood coagulation process, it reminded us of a remark made by one of our faithful customers, who's afraid to ingest vitamin K2 for fear of interference with anticoagulants.
 
It's about time to find out more about thrombosis, vitamin K2 and its relation with anticoagulants. 

What is thrombosis and who is at risk?

Thrombosis is when a blood clot forms within a blood vessel and prevents the proper flow of blood around the circulatory system. This can have serious medical consequences, including death. However, thrombosis can be prevented and treated in time if it is identified.

Hearing problems and COVID-19: tinnitus explained

 
Among people suffering from what is called 'long-COVID' a new ailment sprang up, tinnitus. Not one that is commonly reported, but it came to the headlines recently when a the founder of a restaurant chain committed suicide after suffering from severe tinnitus as a result of COVID-infection.
 
While tinnitus is not a symptom you'd expect from a virus, tinnitus is much more common than you'd expect as you rarely hear people complain about it. 
Turns out, there's not much known about tinnitus. You'd expect it is the same as for hearing loss after exposure to excessive noise from work, hobby or a singular event like a very loud concert, fireworks or explosions. While true, that's not the only reason why people contract tinnitus. 
 
Let's start with the relation between tinnitus and the virus. 

Hearing problems and COVID-19

 

Feeling sad and stressed due to COVID-lockdown?

Depression in winter time is quite normal, because we aren't exposed to the vitamin D-generating sunrays, which also enhances immunity levels. Fortunately, we can take vitamin D supplements to combat seasonal depression as well as enhance immunity levels.

Another way to chase sadness away is by celebrating, no matter whether that's Sinterklaas, Winter Solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas or New Year. We will decorate our houses, exchange gifts and overeat , get a bit tipsy and enjoy ourselves.
This year is different: restaurants, shops and even gyms need to close down and we are not allowed to gather together in groups. Lack of entertainment, retail therapy and exercise will make it much more difficult to overcome feelings of depression.
It gets worse when you are among those who work in the tourism or entertainment industry and have lost your job as well as most of your income.

For now it is probably best to just accept the current state of affairs and try to console yourself with non-edible goods, such as nice music with a good book, entertaining movie, and aromatherapy (perfume/room fragrances).
And, weather permitting, put on your walking shoes and go for a long walk in the forests or local park.

But perhaps you have been feeling too stressed to enjoy whatever you still can do to relax? Or you were already feeling sad before COVID-19 came along? In that case, DHEA might help.

Can vitamin D help combat infectious diseases like COVID-19?

Most people know how important vitamin D is to maintain good bone health, but less well known is how it improves immune health. 
Until recently that is, when a study was published about hospital patients with COVID-19 were treated with a special form of vitamin D (calcifediol, which is how vitamin D looks like once it is converted in the liver, which may take up to a week).
The difference in outcome was quite remarkable: there was only one casualty among patients that were treated and far fewer had to be transferred to intensive care. Since then there's been a vastly increased interest for vitamin D supplementation.
 
We decided to dig a little further and found compelling evidence for its efficacy. Actually the evidence has been around for several years already, but was slow to trickle down to the general public (or physicians). 
 
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many people are wondering how to keep themselves healthy. You know that social distancing, working from home and staying inside in general is one way to protect yourself, but are there other measures you can take?
 
Boosting your immune system is one of the best things you can do because it is your body's key defense when it comes to fighting a virus. Even if you are exposed to a virus, the coronavirus COVID-19 or others, if your immune system is strong, you have a better chance of not getting sick. 
Vitamin C is a popular choice for supporting immunity, but another key nutrient for your immune system is vitamin D. 
 
It turns out that vitamin D, is every bit as important as its vitamin C or other antioxidants whenever the immune system is under attack, like during a cold or flu.
 
Here’s how this underestimated vitamin can help boost immunity and fight viral infections.

Zinc and HCQ

In the past few months, nearly everyone will have become familiar with the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and how it has been welcomed as a miracle drug, only to be set aside as being too dangerous to expose sick patients with underlying cardiovascular diseases to it.

Upon learning how HCQ is supposed to be used in this crisis, I was flabbergasted to read how HCQ was put to use by itself, as a drug on its own. True enough, HCQ is a malaria drug, but it was not just meant to be used as a curative medicin on its own for COVID-19 but as a messenger to transport the true miracle mineral, zinc into cells.
The now famous Zelenko protocol which uses HCQ , azithromycin and zinc as well as a number of other essential vitamins and minerals, was never meant to be used in hospital either, but for use by doctors on patients who had just fallen ill.

Now the researchers who discredited HCQ in the Lancet article have been debunked as having used fraudulous data in order to promote a much more expensive drug in which one of the authors had a vested interested, we think it is about time to explain a thing or two on why and how HCQ is used in combination with zinc.

recommended use
adults: take one tablet every (other) day with a meal or as directed by your health care professional

contains per daily serving (1 tablet)
vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) 100mcg (4000iu) (500% RDI)
vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-7) 80mcg (~100% RDI)
zinc (as zinc oxide) 1,50 mg (15% RDI)

RDI = Recommended Daily Intake

ingredients
active ingredient (zinc oxide, cholecalciferol, menaquinone), filler (microcrystalline cellulose, carboxymethylcellulose, rice extract)

storage
keep dry and closed at normal room temperature
keep out of reach of young children

contra-indication and warnings
if you are taking anti-coagulants, do not use

allergy information
contains no familiar allergens (wheat, gluten, soy, lupin, nuts/tree nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish or mollusks) 

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