Koncentrated K

Preferred Quality Source of Vitamin K

So many pieces complete the picture of optimal health, with diet and nutrition at the forefront. Supplementation is the norm for most of us to fuel our body with adequate nutrients, yet one vitamin with a plethora of health benefits has been overlooked. That vitamin is known collectively as Vitamin K (16 forms). To date, Vitamin K is one of the least recognized but most indispensable vitamins in the human body. The preferred quality source is Koncentrated K.

Benefits of Vitamin K

Vitamin K is associated with reversing cardiovascular disease, strengthening bones, interfering with the growth of cancer cells, benefitting those with chronic kidney disease, helping regulate insulin in people with diabetes, improving cognitive functioning, and much more. Vitamin K is naturally occurring and is a non-toxic catalyst to aid in the treatment these diseases.

Koncentrated K is formulated with the three key types of vitamin K at doses high enough to be therapeutic: Vitamin K1, Mk7, Mk4, and Astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is considered to be the best antioxidant available. Koncentrated K includes these essential vitamins at a biologically effective dosage. Each capsule contains enough K vitamins to maintain your regular bodily requirements and the extra amounts your body may need to reverse the disease process that can begin as a result of a vitamin K deficiency. Research has shown that many people do not have enough vitamin K to maintain basic health requirements, much less to gain the health and curative benefits it offers. Koncentrated K is formulated to address those deficiencies per the suggestions of the Vitamin K experts.

Supported by Research

Micronutrients, including vitamins and minerals, support energy creation and repair. Under a load of strenuous exercise, gut absorption of micronutrients is decreased, and loss of micronutrients from sweat, urine, and stool increases, creating an increased demand for metabolic pathways. Vitamin K is a critical vitamin that activates vital proteins in tissues throughout the body. Research continues to foster vitamin K as a health-promoting supplement, which may aid in preventing a wide range of disabling diseases (Wei et al., 2019).

Improves athletic endurance. “Vitamin K2 restores mitochondrial function and has a key role in production of mitochondrial adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Vitamin K2 supplementation was associated with a 12% improvement in cardiac output, and there was a trend towards changes in heart rate and stroke volume compared to the control group. These changes are consistent with increased maximal cardiovascular performance with MK7 supplementation.”1

Vitamin K and bone health. “Vitamin K status is associated with some aging-related diseases including osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and sarcopenia. Several clinical studies show that vitamin K may have a beneficial effect on muscle quality reflected by physical performance.”2

The Man Behind Koncentrated K: ‘How I Saved My Life’

Patrick J. Theut, a biochemical engineer, coach, athlete, and the proprietor of Koncentrated K, is a medical marvel who reversed atherosclerosis and saved his life when he took control of his health and poured over research in peer-reviewed journals to get the facts. “There is no substitute for critical thinking and objective evidence,” Theut said. It’s been 20 years after he was first diagnosed with severe plaque buildup in the left main coronary artery and given four years to live. Today, Theut is 69, 6’, 195 pounds and pole-vaults for fun. “I am alive and living to tell how I beat this 18-headed dragon of heart disease.”

Koncentrated K

• 30.5 mg of K Complex

• Vitamin K1 5000 mcg (4,167% Daily Value)

• Vitamin K2 (MK-4) 25 mg

• Vitamin K2 (MK-7) 0.5 mg

• 2 mg Astaxanthin

Vitamin K is one of the least recognized but most indispensable vitamins in the human body, and the preferred quality source is Koncentrated K.

For more information and additional research, please visit k-vitamins.com

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


1. McFarlin BK, Henning AL, Venable AD. Oral consumption of Vitamin K2 for 8 weeks associated with increased maximal cardiac output during exercise. Altern Ther Health Med. 2017 Jul;23(4):26-32.

2. Azuma K, Inoue S. Multiple modes of vitamin K actions in aging-related musculoskeletal disorders. Int J Moi Si. 2019 Jun;20(11):2844.

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