Vitamin D3, K2, and Magnesium Chelate

by Annie
(Alfredton. Victoria. Australia)

Hi, I read where you say to take Vitamin D3 with a fatty acid. If I take Vitamin D3, K2, and Magnesium Chelate together will I need extra fatty acid if the Magnesium is chelated (bonded with omega 3 fatty acid)?

Thank you for your time. Regards Annie

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Chelated is not bonded with a fatty acid
by: Kerri Knox, RN, The Immune Queen

Chelated does not mean that it's bonded to a fatty acid, but an AMINO acid- usually something like magnesium glycinate (glycine), magnesium aspartate (aspartic acid), etc.

Seriously, just take it with a meal. If your meals do not have enough fat in them to help absorb your vitamin D, then you are not eating enough fat anyway and should be adding fat to your meal.

Thanks again Dear Kerri!
by: Priya Nath Mehta

As always your answers are perfect and very very healpful. I am so glad you mentioned Magnesium Glycinate as that was the Magnesium 250 mg tablet that I was taking and since I had not heard of Glycinate I was worried!! But your answer has clarified that!

Thanks again Dr. Kerri!

Yours,
Priya Nath Mehta

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