BioTE Medical offers a ADK supplement that may help support bone health in both men and women.
Why does BioTE ADK 5 look different than before?
BioTE has upgraded to using Thorne to manufacture their quality nutraceuticals, and they have upgraded their labels in the process!
What are nutraceuticals?
Nutraceuticals are regulated by the FDA as a dietary supplement and food additive. containing health-bolstering effects that are seen to have some medicinal benefits. Nutraceuticals are standardized nutrients. In the United States, most nutraceuticals are regulated as dietary supplements and food additives by the FDA. All BioTE Nutraceuticals are produced in FDA approved manufacturing facilities located in the United States and are held to specific potency and quality standards.
What is in the ADK supplement?
The A.D.K. supplement from BioTE Medical contains a patented complex that enhances bioavailability of several ingredients critical to bone health. The ingredients of A.D.K include vitamin A as retinyl palmitate, vitamin D3 as cholecalciferol and Vitamin K2 as menoquinone-7. The quality of the ingredients used in the BioTE A.D.K. supplement are high grade ingredients formulated to help you experience optimal health. For a higher dose of Vitamin D3, look to our A.D.K. 10 supplement.
What is the difference between the A.D.K. and the A.D.K. 10 supplement?
The A.D.K. supplement contains less Vitamin D3 than the A.D.K. 10.
What is the function of the ingredients in the BioTE A.D.K. supplement?
This supplement is intended to support bone health. When you take the BioTE ADK supplement, many biological systems throughout the body are impacted. Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant which may help support immune health. Vitamin D is reported to lower cholesterol and may improve absorption of calcium. Vitamin K is known for helping with blood circulation. The combination of these vitamins can have a hormone stabilization effect that in tandem with bio-identical hormone replacement pellet therapy can be lifechanging.