Bärlauch Vitamin K1 Tabletten
Bear's Garlic Vitamin K1 Tablets
Nutritional Supplement
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Naturprodukte Dr. Pandalis GmbH & Co. KG
Füchtenweg 3
49219 Glandorf

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Naturprodukte Dr. Pandalis GmbH & Co. KG
Füchtenweg 3, D-49219 Glandorf
Tel.: +49 5426 3481
Fax: +49 5426 3482
E-Mail: info@pandalis.com
Internet: www.pandalis.de

U.St.-Id.Nr. DE 164357471
Handelsregister AG Osnabrück HRA 110331
Dr. Pandalis GmbH, AG Osnabrück HRB 110396
Geschäftsführer: Dr. Georgios Pandalis

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Bärlauch Vitamin K1 Tabletten | 68 g/131 St | PZN 12391365 | recommended retail price € 24.00
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PZN = Pharmacautical registration number: helpful when buying in the pharmacy (for Germany only)
Ingredients

Tomato, bear's garlic leaves (32,5 %), parsley, nettle, rose hip peel powder

All ingredients are certified organic

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Field of application

  • Vitamin K contributes to the maintenance of healthy bones and is important for normal blood clotting.

    The new product Bärlauch Vitamin K1 tablets provides natural herbal vitamin K1.

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Recommended daily intake

Consume 3 x 2 bear's garlic vitamin K1 tablets daily with meals and some liquid.

 

6 Bärlauch Vitamin K1 tablets contain 39.7 µg natural plant-bound vitamin K1. This corresponds to 53 % of the nutrient reference values for vitamin K according to the Food Information Ordinance.

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Product description

More and more people are using vitamin D supplements to prevent osteoporosis, which is important for the absorption of calcium into the bloodstream. Vitamin K, which is essential for the incorporation of calcium into the bones, is widely forgotten. Without vitamin K, there is a risk that calcium will circulate in the blood, accumulate in the blood vessels and not be incorporated into the bones.

Vitamin K is mainly ingested with food, for example green leafy vegetables. Healthy oils or fats should always be consumed as vitamin K is fat-soluble. Those who have an intact intestinal flora are also able to produce a small amount of vitamin K from their intestinal bacteria. A deficiency can be caused not only by a wrong diet and a disturbed intestinal flora but also by taking medication.

Hint:
All wild garlic products should not be consumed at the same time as selenium, but at least 4 hours apart, as selenium makes it difficult to use the activated sulphur from the wild garlic.

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Hints

Keep out of reach of small children

Food supplements should not serve as a substitute for a balanced nutrition, as well as for a healthy lifestyle.

The recommended daily intake should not be exceeded