Vitamin K2
Protect your bones, heart and arteries

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A Daily Dose of Pure Vitamin K2 for Cardiovascular and Bone Health

Food-based from Non-GMO Chickpeas not Soy; Premium Form for Maximum Bioavailability

A growing body of clinical evidence is showing that Vitamin K2 is as important as Vitamin D3 for the body to process calcium properly.

Without adequate levels of Vitamin K2, the bones cannot fully utilize the available calcium, resulting in osteoporosis. The unused calcium builds up in the arteries, creating cardiovascular disease. It’s a double whammy.

Vitamin K2 was discovered fairly recently, so nutritional scientists are still mapping its role. It appears to work as an activator for Vitamins D and A as well at least 17 different proteins. Preliminary research suggests potential benefits of Vitamin K2 for:

  • Skin health
  • Inflammation5
  • Conditions of the central nervous system8
  • Antitumor activities6
  • Mental acuity and brain health7

Nested Naturals Vitamin K2 is allergen friendly because it is made from chickpeas rather than soy. Our obsession with quality and purity led us to a premium source in Poland. We use the most bioavailable form of Vitamin K2, because if your body can’t absorb the nutrients, what’s the point?

Vitamin K2 works synergistically with Vitamin D3. Taken together they can amplify the positive effects of bone health 9 and cardiovascular function. For maximum benefit, pair Vitamin K2 with Nested Naturals Vitamin D3.

Vitamin K2 may counteract the effects of anticoagulation therapy, and therefore is not recommended for patients on blood thinning medications.

A Missing Link for Bone and Cardiovascular Health

Supports Heart and Arterial Health

Protects your blood vessels from calcification and hardening.11

Helps Maintain Healthy Bones

Regulates calcium levels throughout the body.1,9,10,11

Improves Response to Injury

Regulates blood clotting and aids in the repair of damaged skin.3

The Ingredients Inside Nested Naturals Vitamin K2

Pure and natural K2 MK-7

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Vegan Capsule Servings Per Container: 180
Amount per Serving %DV
Vitamin K2
(as MenaQ7® Menaquinone-7)
100 mcg 125%
Other Ingredients: Rice Flour, Vegetable Cellulose (capsule)

This product contains no wheat, gluten, GMO, soy, dairy, egg, fish, nuts, corn, yeast, barley, sugar, or preservatives. Proudly vegan, third-party tested and made in a NSF certified GMP facility in the USA.

Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid excessive heat. Do not use if safety seal is broken.

MenaQ7® is a trademark of NattoPharma ASA, Norway; Patented in the United States and Canada. (US Patent Number: 8,354,129; Canada Patent Number: 2,347,387 )

Read the Nested Naturals Approach
Maximum Bioavailability

Nested Naturals uses the more expensive, premium quality trans form of MK7 (Vitamin K2) because it’s the same form that is biologically active in the body.10


Our Vitamin K2 is made from fermented chickpeas, not soy, so that our friends with allergies and sensitivities can enjoy the benefits of this important nutrient.

Cruelty-free and Vegan

We’ve made a conscious choice to make Vitamin K2 from ingredients derived only from vegetables. There’s no gelatin which is produced from animal bones and marrow. We’re proud to make our gel capsules from vegetables rather than animals.

Sourced in Poland, Not China

We don’t cut corners when it comes to quality and purity. Our obsession with sourcing the best ingredients available led us to Poland.

Made with Love

We make Nested Naturals Vitamin K2 with love. We believe that nutritional supplements should be like mother’s milk: natural, full of good stuff, but nothing extra. We don’t add any sugar or preservatives. All the ingredients are non-GMO.

Your Questions, Our Answers

See the most popular questions asked about Vitamin K2.

Where is Nested Naturals Vitamin K2 sourced?

Our Vitamin K2 is made from fermented chickpeas. We are relentless about sourcing the best, most natural, most ethically produced ingredients available. While other brands cut corners by using low quality K2 from China, our source is NattoPharma’s Natural MenaQ7, which is the best documented, commercially available natural vitamin K2. It is manufactured in Poland and known for its purity and premium quality guarantees.

Is this Trans form of Vitamin K2?

Nested Naturals Vitamin K2 is 100% Trans form. Vitamin K2 comes in two forms: Trans and Cis. The human body can only use the Trans form. Many Vitamin K2 supplements try to keep costs down by using a cheaper mix (often 50/50) of the Trans form with the unuseable Cis form. We don’t think that’s right.

We use MenaQ7 which is natural Vitamin K2 and >99% Trans form and non-racemic (meaning it DOES NOT have equal amounts of both isomers).

Why doesn’t Nested Naturals Vitamin K2 contain Natto?

Natto is made from fermented soybeans. We made a conscious choice to avoid soy because it’s a common allergen. Instead, Nested Naturals Vitamin K2 is made from fermented chickpeas.

What is rice flour doing in Nested Naturals Vitamin K2?

Rice flour helps flow the supplement ingredients into the capsule. Miniscule amounts are used during the manufacturing process. You’ll find it listed under “Other Ingredients” on our label because we believe that you deserve to know everything that goes into our supplements and your body.

What is vegetable cellulose and what is it doing in Nested Naturals Vitamin K2?

We use vegetable cellulose to make our gel-caps. We’re proud to say that our capsules are vegan and don’t include any animal parts.

Customer Reviews

Discover what real customers say about Vitamin K2.

I have only been taking it for a short time, but I am happy with the purchase. I didn't want a soy product.
I received my order safely and the customer service was friendly and helpful. I've only just started taking the vitamin K2 so it's too early to review it yet.
Kevin A
Quality product. Uses the correct MenaQ7 (natural) as there are actually 3 different kinds of MenaQ7. The other 2 are either soy based or synthetic. Plus it has only two other ingredients. Rice flour and vegetable cellulose. Can't get better than that in looking for a quality K2 supplement.
Carol B
I'm grateful to be able to purchase this high quality product after reading of the need for it. My reading included material from numerous trusted sources.
Merrel H
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The science behind all of our claims

  • 1. Shiraki, Aoki, and Miura, 2000 ‘Vitamin K2 (menatetrenone) effectively prevents fractures and sustains lumbar bone mineral density in osteoporosis’, Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research., 15(3), pp. 515–21.
  • 2. Jinghe, Mizuta, and Ozaki, 2015 ‘Vitamin K and hepatocellular carcinoma: The basic and clinic’, 3(9). Vitamin K (VK), which was originally identified as a cofactor involved in the production of functional coagulation factors in the liver, has been shown to be involved in various aspects of physiological and pathological events, including bone metabolism, cardiovascular diseases and tumor biology.
  • 3. Conly and Stein 1992 ‘The production of menaquinones (vitamin K2) by intestinal bacteria and their role in maintaining coagulation homeostasis’, Progress in food & nutrition science., 16(4), pp. 307–43.
  • 4. Geleijnse, Vermeer, Grobbee, Schurgers, Knapen, Hofman, et al., 2004 ‘Dietary intake of Menaquinone is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease: The Rotterdam study’, The Journal of Nutrition, 134(11), pp. 3100–3105.
  • 5. Okamoto et al., 2007 ‘Anti-arthritis effects of vitamin K2 (menaquinone-4) − a new potential therapeutic strategy for rheumatoid arthritis’, FEBS Journal, 274(17), pp. 4588–4594. doi: 10.1111/j.1742-4658.2007.05987.x.
  • 6. Habu et al., 2004 Role of vitamin K2 in the development of Hepatocellular carcinoma in women with viral cirrhosis of the liver. Available at: (Accessed: 10 January 2017).
  • 7. Ferland 2013 ‘Vitamin K and brain function’, Seminars in thrombosis and hemostasis., 39(8), pp. 849–55. Vitamin K participates in the nervous system through its involvement in sphingolipid metabolism, a class of lipids widely present in brain cell membranes.
  • 8. Guylaine Ferland 2012: ‘Vitamin K and the nervous system: An overview of its actions’, Advances in Nutrition: An International Review Journal, 3(2), pp. 204–212. doi: 10.3945/an.111.001784.
  • 9. Iwamoto, Takeda, and Ichimura, 2000 Effect of combined administration of vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 on bone mineral density of the lumbar spine in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. Journal of orthopaedic science, 5(6), pp.546-551.
  • 10. Schurges, 2008 Vitamin K2 as MenaQ7™ monograph improve bone health and inhibit arterial calcification may 2008. Available at: (Accessed: 7 February 2017).
  • 11. Grober et al., 2015 ‘Vitamin K: An old vitamin in a new perspective’, 6(1). Current research increasingly indicates that the antihaemorrhagic vitamin has a considerable benefit in the prevention and treatment of bone and vascular disease