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The many important roles of vitamin K2...

The many important roles of vitamin K2...

Key Ingredients Explained
Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2

The research around Vitamin K2 has been growing in popularity around the world over the past 5 years, and continues to show its myriad of health benefits.

You can also get K2 from some foods (chicken, beef, fish, pork, dairy, eggs, natto, sauerkraut).
Where comes from?
Warriewood Australia
Nature's Way is a family owned company. We are proudly Australian and support local jobs, manufacturing and retailers.

Osteo-K is made in Australia from ingredients sourced both locally and internationally.

Build stronger, healthier bones with Osteo-K by Nature’s Way. Nature’s Way Osteo-K Vitamin K2 helps increase the calcium deposits in bones for stronger bone density.

Osteo-K works by moving and binding calcium to bones and teeth where it is needed most. It also helps keep calcium away from areas where it shouldn’t be, and can help support your cardiovascular health.

Osteo-K uses the same form of Vitamin K2 (Menaquinone 7), that has been shown in recent clinical studies to help build bone density. Menaquinone 7 is considered to be an effective form of Vitamin K to support bone health.

Why choose Osteo-K Vitamin K2?

It is a unique formulation that contains a stronger, clinically studied dose of 180mcg so you only need to take one per day.

Who is using Osteo-K Vitamin K2?

– Adults 18 and over who want strong bones

– Women 40+

– Those wanting to reduce the risk of osteoporosis

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. Vitamins can only be of assistance if the dietary vitamin intake is inadequate.

ADULTS OVER 18: To help build strong bones take 1 tablet daily.

Menaquinone 7 (Vitamin K2) 180mcg


WARNING: Keep out of reach of children. Store below 25˚C.

Under The Microscope
Vitamin K

Vitamin K

Vitamin K2 is a beneficial form of Vitamin K for bones. Unlike Vitamin K1 which is used to activate blood clotting proteins, Vitamin K2 is beneficial for activating proteins which help bind calcium to bones. Vitamin K2 is found in some fermented foods such as Natto and Sauerkraut BUT many Australians may not have sufficient Vitamin K2 in their diets.