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Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2

$56.95 or $54.10 / month

Choose a purchase plan:

Fertility, Primemester, Pregnancy, & Postpartum Foundations #2

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 functions as a hormone rather than merely a micronutrient. Prime Vitamin D is a concentrated, highly bioavailable liquid form of vitamin D3 blended with the synergistic nutrients, K1 and K2. Each 1 mL provides 50 mcg (2000 IUs) of Vitamin D3 with 250 mcg of Vitamin K1 and 25 mcg of Vitamin K2
VERY IMPORTANT:
Vitamin A-free Many Vitamin D supplements are formulated with preformed Vitamin A.  Prime Vitamin D is formulated WITHOUT preformed Vitamin A because preformed Vitamin A supplementation should be limited during the primemester and pregnancy. This way, you can go as high as you need on your Vitamin D dosage without being concerned about getting too much preformed Vitamin A.

Clinical applications for fertility, pregnancy, & beyond † .

  • Vitamin D functions as hormone
  • Lower Vitamin D levels have been linked to infertility
  • Higher Vitamin D levels have been shown to protect against adverse pregnancy outcomes, including preterm birth
  • Higher Vitamin D levels during pregnancy have been linked to better health in children, including a lower likelihood of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions
  • Adequate Vitamin D levels are essential for immune function, bone health, and arterial health
  • Vitamins K1 and K2 support the deposition of calcium into the bone instead of soft tissue, such as the arterial walls and kidneys
  • Protective against Vitamin K deficiency, which poses serious risks to Pregnant Mamas & their newborns
  • Protective against severe anemia, structural defects, and adverse fertility and pregnancy outcomes in women who have undergone bariatric surgery; in women using anticonvulsant, anticoagulant, and certain antibiotic medications; as well as in women with cystic fibrosis, celiac’s disease, Chron’s disease, and other disorders resulting in malabsorption of Vitamin K and other nutrients
 Take 1 mL per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ACOG) recommends that all Pregnant Parents (and, therefore, also Primemestering Parents) take 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day. To follow this recommendation, take 2 mL per day. Primemestering, Pregnant, and Postpartum Parents may need higher dosages based on blood tests. If you require higher than the ACOG recommendation of 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day, please use a combination of our Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 and our standalone Vitamin D to ensure that you do not exceed 1 mg of Vitamin K per day. Doses of Vitamin K higher than 1 mg have not been studied in pregnancy and, therefore, should be avoided. Vitamin D3 taken in the morning can support a healthy circadian rhythm. If you take any type of thyroid medication, take at least 30 minutes after thyroid medication Warning: Consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product if you are taking Coumadin, warfarin, or other anticoagulant medications.

We endeavor to ship all domestic orders within 1-2 business days of receipt. 

For international shipments, please make sure to check the International Shipping Policy page.

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2

$56.95 or $54.10 / month

Choose a purchase plan:

Fertility, Primemester, Pregnancy, & Postpartum Foundations #2

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 functions as a hormone rather than merely a micronutrient. Prime Vitamin D is a concentrated, highly bioavailable liquid form of vitamin D3 blended with the synergistic nutrients, K1 and K2. Each 1 mL provides 50 mcg (2000 IUs) of Vitamin D3 with 250 mcg of Vitamin K1 and 25 mcg of Vitamin K2
VERY IMPORTANT:
Vitamin A-free Many Vitamin D supplements are formulated with preformed Vitamin A.  Prime Vitamin D is formulated WITHOUT preformed Vitamin A because preformed Vitamin A supplementation should be limited during the primemester and pregnancy. This way, you can go as high as you need on your Vitamin D dosage without being concerned about getting too much preformed Vitamin A.

Clinical applications for fertility, pregnancy, & beyond † .

  • Vitamin D functions as hormone
  • Lower Vitamin D levels have been linked to infertility
  • Higher Vitamin D levels have been shown to protect against adverse pregnancy outcomes, including preterm birth
  • Higher Vitamin D levels during pregnancy have been linked to better health in children, including a lower likelihood of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions
  • Adequate Vitamin D levels are essential for immune function, bone health, and arterial health
  • Vitamins K1 and K2 support the deposition of calcium into the bone instead of soft tissue, such as the arterial walls and kidneys
  • Protective against Vitamin K deficiency, which poses serious risks to Pregnant Mamas & their newborns
  • Protective against severe anemia, structural defects, and adverse fertility and pregnancy outcomes in women who have undergone bariatric surgery; in women using anticonvulsant, anticoagulant, and certain antibiotic medications; as well as in women with cystic fibrosis, celiac’s disease, Chron’s disease, and other disorders resulting in malabsorption of Vitamin K and other nutrients
 Take 1 mL per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ACOG) recommends that all Pregnant Parents (and, therefore, also Primemestering Parents) take 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day. To follow this recommendation, take 2 mL per day. Primemestering, Pregnant, and Postpartum Parents may need higher dosages based on blood tests. If you require higher than the ACOG recommendation of 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day, please use a combination of our Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 and our standalone Vitamin D to ensure that you do not exceed 1 mg of Vitamin K per day. Doses of Vitamin K higher than 1 mg have not been studied in pregnancy and, therefore, should be avoided. Vitamin D3 taken in the morning can support a healthy circadian rhythm. If you take any type of thyroid medication, take at least 30 minutes after thyroid medication Warning: Consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product if you are taking Coumadin, warfarin, or other anticoagulant medications.

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2

$56.95 or $54.10 / month

Choose a purchase plan:

Fertility, Primemester, Pregnancy, & Postpartum Foundations #2

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 functions as a hormone rather than merely a micronutrient. Prime Vitamin D is a concentrated, highly bioavailable liquid form of vitamin D3 blended with the synergistic nutrients, K1 and K2. Each 1 mL provides 50 mcg (2000 IUs) of Vitamin D3 with 250 mcg of Vitamin K1 and 25 mcg of Vitamin K2
VERY IMPORTANT:
Vitamin A-free Many Vitamin D supplements are formulated with preformed Vitamin A.  Prime Vitamin D is formulated WITHOUT preformed Vitamin A because preformed Vitamin A supplementation should be limited during the primemester and pregnancy. This way, you can go as high as you need on your Vitamin D dosage without being concerned about getting too much preformed Vitamin A.

Clinical applications for fertility, pregnancy, & beyond † .

  • Vitamin D functions as hormone
  • Lower Vitamin D levels have been linked to infertility
  • Higher Vitamin D levels have been shown to protect against adverse pregnancy outcomes, including preterm birth
  • Higher Vitamin D levels during pregnancy have been linked to better health in children, including a lower likelihood of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions
  • Adequate Vitamin D levels are essential for immune function, bone health, and arterial health
  • Vitamins K1 and K2 support the deposition of calcium into the bone instead of soft tissue, such as the arterial walls and kidneys
  • Protective against Vitamin K deficiency, which poses serious risks to Pregnant Mamas & their newborns
  • Protective against severe anemia, structural defects, and adverse fertility and pregnancy outcomes in women who have undergone bariatric surgery; in women using anticonvulsant, anticoagulant, and certain antibiotic medications; as well as in women with cystic fibrosis, celiac’s disease, Chron’s disease, and other disorders resulting in malabsorption of Vitamin K and other nutrients
 Take 1 mL per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ACOG) recommends that all Pregnant Parents (and, therefore, also Primemestering Parents) take 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day. To follow this recommendation, take 2 mL per day. Primemestering, Pregnant, and Postpartum Parents may need higher dosages based on blood tests. If you require higher than the ACOG recommendation of 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day, please use a combination of our Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 and our standalone Vitamin D to ensure that you do not exceed 1 mg of Vitamin K per day. Doses of Vitamin K higher than 1 mg have not been studied in pregnancy and, therefore, should be avoided. Vitamin D3 taken in the morning can support a healthy circadian rhythm. If you take any type of thyroid medication, take at least 30 minutes after thyroid medication Warning: Consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product if you are taking Coumadin, warfarin, or other anticoagulant medications.

We endeavor to ship all domestic orders within 1-2 business days of receipt. 

For international shipments, please make sure to check the International Shipping Policy page.

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2

$56.95 or $54.10 / month

Choose a purchase plan:

Fertility, Primemester, Pregnancy, & Postpartum Foundations #2

Prime Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 functions as a hormone rather than merely a micronutrient. Prime Vitamin D is a concentrated, highly bioavailable liquid form of vitamin D3 blended with the synergistic nutrients, K1 and K2. Each 1 mL provides 50 mcg (2000 IUs) of Vitamin D3 with 250 mcg of Vitamin K1 and 25 mcg of Vitamin K2
VERY IMPORTANT:
Vitamin A-free Many Vitamin D supplements are formulated with preformed Vitamin A.  Prime Vitamin D is formulated WITHOUT preformed Vitamin A because preformed Vitamin A supplementation should be limited during the primemester and pregnancy. This way, you can go as high as you need on your Vitamin D dosage without being concerned about getting too much preformed Vitamin A.

Clinical applications for fertility, pregnancy, & beyond † .

  • Vitamin D functions as hormone
  • Lower Vitamin D levels have been linked to infertility
  • Higher Vitamin D levels have been shown to protect against adverse pregnancy outcomes, including preterm birth
  • Higher Vitamin D levels during pregnancy have been linked to better health in children, including a lower likelihood of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions
  • Adequate Vitamin D levels are essential for immune function, bone health, and arterial health
  • Vitamins K1 and K2 support the deposition of calcium into the bone instead of soft tissue, such as the arterial walls and kidneys
  • Protective against Vitamin K deficiency, which poses serious risks to Pregnant Mamas & their newborns
  • Protective against severe anemia, structural defects, and adverse fertility and pregnancy outcomes in women who have undergone bariatric surgery; in women using anticonvulsant, anticoagulant, and certain antibiotic medications; as well as in women with cystic fibrosis, celiac’s disease, Chron’s disease, and other disorders resulting in malabsorption of Vitamin K and other nutrients
 Take 1 mL per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ACOG) recommends that all Pregnant Parents (and, therefore, also Primemestering Parents) take 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day. To follow this recommendation, take 2 mL per day. Primemestering, Pregnant, and Postpartum Parents may need higher dosages based on blood tests. If you require higher than the ACOG recommendation of 4000 IUs of Vitamin D per day, please use a combination of our Vitamin D3 with K1 & K2 and our standalone Vitamin D to ensure that you do not exceed 1 mg of Vitamin K per day. Doses of Vitamin K higher than 1 mg have not been studied in pregnancy and, therefore, should be avoided. Vitamin D3 taken in the morning can support a healthy circadian rhythm. If you take any type of thyroid medication, take at least 30 minutes after thyroid medication Warning: Consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product if you are taking Coumadin, warfarin, or other anticoagulant medications.

† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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