What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Vitamin D3 5000IU Plus K2, 2 in 1 Formula, Vitamin D3 Liquid with Vitamin K2, 300 Soft-Gels, Immune Vitamin Complex with Virgin Sunflower Seed Oil, Support Heart, Teeth & Joint Health, Easy to Swallow?

A total of 12 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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15th Dec 2021

Seconding the K2 with the 5000IU D, this is the one I take, it’s $20 for 300 pills, so it lasts nearly 10 months! I spend so much on supplements, these are really the only reasonably priced supplements in my rotation. Also they are tiny.

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7th Oct 2020

I’m not a doctor so I can’t prescribe anything for your specific condition, but just to save you money, I would upgrade to 5,000 IU softgels with K2. Much better deal than 1000 IU capsules. But if you’re trying to avoid spending anything, then yes, technically you would need to take a whole bunch of those to notice a difference.

3 points

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5th Jun 2021

Hi. I’m (26m) had low Vit-D levels. I used to take 50,000 IU/week as instructed by my doctor but that really messed me up. I had bloating, diarrhea, headaches, etc. For 3 weeks consistently. I decided I had to stop.

What really helped me was taking 5000IU/day of Vitamin D3+K2 for better absorption and 500mg Magnesium Glycinate at night.
It took about 6-7 days for my symptoms to improve, but felt a lot better, and the Magnesium Glycinate helped a lot with my sleep.

Here is the link to what I bought on Amazon:

Vitamin D3 5000IU Plus K2, 2 in 1 Formula, Vitamin D3 Liquid with Vitamin K2, 300 Soft-Gels, Immune Vitamin Complex, Support Your Heart, Teeth, Joint Health and Immune Function, No GMO https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RX4P4RL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_KDFE70FE6EHVYC49JA88?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Magnesium Glycinate

Limited-time deal: Magnesium Glycinate 500mg per Caps, 120 Veggie Caps, Chelated for Maximum Absorption, Non-GMO, NO Gluten Dairy & Soy, Supports Muscle, Bone, Joint, and Heart Health, Stress Relief & Sleep https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K5WDLBG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_03MR5MTA16X6DK2YPERM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Hope that helps!

3 points

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5th Jun 2021

Hi. I’m (26m) had low Vit-D levels. I used to take 50,000 IU/week as instructed by my doctor but that really messed me up. I had bloating, diarrhea, headaches, etc. For 3 weeks consistently. I decided I had to stop.

What really helped me was taking 5000IU/day of Vitamin D3+K2 for better absorption and 500mg Magnesium Glycinate at night.
It took about 6-7 days for my symptoms to improve, but felt a lot better, and the Magnesium Glycinate helped a lot with my sleep.

Here is the link to what I bought on Amazon:

Vitamin D3 5000IU Plus K2, 2 in 1 Formula, Vitamin D3 Liquid with Vitamin K2, 300 Soft-Gels, Immune Vitamin Complex, Support Your Heart, Teeth, Joint Health and Immune Function, No GMO https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RX4P4RL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_KDFE70FE6EHVYC49JA88?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Magnesium Glycinate

Limited-time deal: Magnesium Glycinate 500mg per Caps, 120 Veggie Caps, Chelated for Maximum Absorption, Non-GMO, NO Gluten Dairy & Soy, Supports Muscle, Bone, Joint, and Heart Health, Stress Relief & Sleep https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K5WDLBG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_03MR5MTA16X6DK2YPERM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Hope that helps!

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2nd Dec 2021

D3 wants to be taken with K2 and Magnesium. For the D3+K2 I like microingredients, and for magnesium there’s a ton of good ones, my go-tos being a magnesium glysinate lysinate and a magnesium malate

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9th Jun 2021

See, here is the thing… I’m no doctor, but it’s been scientifically proven that higher doses of Vitamin D3 is less effective than smaller doses at a higher frequency. I don’t know what you’re taking, but for reference, I take 5,000IU of Vitamin D3 + 100mcg K2 (it’s one pill) plus 500mg Magnesium Glycinate at night and I’ve noticed major improvements in my mood and anxiety.

Here is the link to what I take:

Vitamin D3 5000IU Plus K2, 2 in 1… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RX4P4RL?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Magnesium Glycinate 500mg per… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K5WDLBG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Magnesium Glycinate plus K2 helps your body absorb the Vitamin D3.

If you’re deficient in Vitamin D, it’s very unlikely that you’ll “overdose” on it, so don’t worry about that.

If you take 2 pills of the 5,000IU Vitamin D, you’ll be taking 10,000IU/Day x 7 Days = 70,000IU/week.

Only 20,000IU more than what doctors usually prescribe (50,000IU once/week).

I think that’s too much, so you can try alternating by taking 2 pills every other day and you’ll be around 55,000IU/week.

Ex. Monday 1 pill; Tuesday 2 pills; Wednesday 1 pill etc. All while taking ONE- 500mg Magnesium Glycinate per day.

I used to take, as per my doctor, 50,000IU Vit-D2 once a week and I had constant diarrhea, bloating and headaches and joint pain (that would go away as I was ending the week, and start again as I took my next pill). So I switched to 5,000IU+K2 and Magnesium Glycinate and I’ve felt 100x better.

Hope this helps.

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28th Apr 2021

If you can afford it for the convenience factor, more power to you.

But I’ll be honest chief, you can get a year’s supply of the important stuff for the price of 3 months of those packs.

Vitamin D x300

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07RX4P4RL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_1RWNQC890MD7NQ13Y3R5

Zinc w/ Copper x100 (important to balance zinc with copper. I’d take it before bed. Zinc is supposed to help with sleep)

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0001VKDDM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_38Y9N036RWWK6H3TMA3G

Magnesium Bisglycinate (very bioavailable form of magnesium. take before bed. Magnesium and glycine are both relaxing. Tastes like shit though. You could get capsules but not as cheap).

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00NIJ03C0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_6KJQ3KRAZ0F7N06C7Y56?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

I’m on mobile so if anyone finds better deals, do respond with links.

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27th Dec 2020

D3+K2, K2 prevents artherocalcification. 1/morning (don’t take D at night, it can screw with your sleep cycle).

Magnesium glycinate lysinate or malate or if you’re feeling fancypants, a delayed-release like jigsaw’s or pure’s. Magnesium helps with absorption. For any listed, 1/morning and 1/evening.

Zinc to help absorption. If you take a multi with zinc, you probably don’t need more. (Don’t exceed 40mg/day from all sources.) 1/morning.

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7th Oct 2020