Our deep commitment to quality and excellence has led us to develop a pioneering report, investigating just how many supplements out there aren‘t living up to their labels.
Working together with a third party laboratory, we tested 38 K2 products for MK-7 content and isomeric purity.
The products we tested range from products containing vitamin K2 only, to K2+ mineral formulations. Initial results showed that just half of these products met the standard for K2 MK-7 content.
As a second step, we took a closer look at isomeric purity, which presented some eye-opening results. Test results showed that just 29% of the 38 products we tested met the required standards for both K2 MK-7 content and isomeric purity, and a grand total of 71% didn‘t meet the quality standards for either K2 MK-7 content or isomeric purity.
Measure Your Vitamin K2 with TruQuality
Time to Embrace Transparency and Accountability
We can rebuild the reputation of the dietary supplements industry if we make an industry-wide change.
Here’s our proposal for manufacturers and consumers alike:
We’re asking manufacturers to:
- prioritize transparency
- uphold accurate labeling
- embrace rigorous testing protocols
We’re asking consumers to:
- Research brands before buying
- Hold brands accountable
- See the benefits these products produce
If we can do this together, we’re creating a future where what people see on the label is really what they get.