The Most Bioavailable, Stable Vitamin K2 as MK7

Solubilised K2VITAL® DELTA 75μg

The most bioavailable, all-trans Vitamin K2, considered to be one of the most underrated and important vitamins

What Is Vitamin K2 Good For?

Calcium is vital for bone building and strengthening, however you need to ensure calcium is not deposited in the arteries, where it can build up and cause serious cardiovascular risk.

K2VITAL® DELTA regulates calcium balance.

Why Do We Need Calcium?

Our bodies need calcium to maintain strong bones, the heart, muscles and nervous system also need calcium to function properly.

Why Choose a Synthetic K2?

Natural, cis isomers of vitamin K2 are not considered to be as effective as synthetically created trans isomers.

Why Do Our Scientists Prefer K2VITAL® DELTA?

K2VITAL® DELTA is designed to be double protected, microencapsulated and stable in formulations with other ingredients. This ensures vitamin K2's stability and shelf-life in complex formulations to ensure its efficacy.

How Much Vitamin K2 Should I Take Per Day?

Peer reviewed studies point to an optimal dose of 75μg per day. This is the dose that we include in The LYMA Supplement formula.


K2VITAL® DELTA in Detail

Clinical Dose75μg
SourceVitamin K2 Mk7
Organic LimitsNatural, cis isomers of Vitamin K2 are not considered to be as effective as synthetically create trans isomers
Cost10x standard Vitamin K2
TechnologyKappa Bioscience are pioneers in creating the world's first fully trans isomer K2 from a synthesis production rather than fermentation process
Data100 peer-reviewed K2 VITAL® clinical trials

Your Questions About K2VITAL® DELTA And Vitamin K2

What foods contain Vitamin K2? 

Though Vitamin K is present in many foods, K2 can only be found in animal sourced foods and fermented plant foods. High levels of Vitamin K2 are present in chicken, pork chops, beef liver and many organ meats. Soybeans, sauerkraut and cheese are also rich in K2.

What are Vitamin K2 deficiency symptoms?

Vitamin K2 deficiency symptoms relate to improper clotting or increased bleeding. These can include bruising easily, small blood clots under the fingernails, nose bleeds and blood in stools.

What are the side effects of Vitamin K2?

Supplementing Vitamin K2 is generally considered very safe and does not interfere with normal blood clotting function but is not recommended for those with high blood pressure. You should always consult your medical practitioner before taking any new supplement including Vitamin K2 alongside any other medication.

Do Vitamin D3 and K2 help with weight loss?

Vitamins D3 and K2 have been widely credited with supporting weight loss because they optimise the metabolism through healthy thyroid function, support glucose breakdown and help balance insulin resistance.

Is Vitamin K2 good for skin?

Not only does Vitamin K2 increase skin’s healing capacity but also it supports natural barrier function. What’s more, by directing calcium to the most deserving areas of the body, Vitamin K2 inadvertently boosts skin health. By lessening the calcification of elastin within the skin, both collagen and elastin are preserved for a more youthful appearance.

When to take Vitamin K2?

Vitamin K2 should be taken alongside Vitamin D3, ideally in a combined supplement for maximum health benefits such as The LYMA Supplement, taken close to a meal.

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