Hi. Peter Monsen here.
I’m the Chief Science Officer at Ouro Vitae.
Today, I want to tell you about the single most important nutrient for any woman over 40 …
That’s because this super-nutrient is much more than an ordinary vitamin.
In fact, as I’m about to show you …
Vitamin D is not a vitamin at all.
It’s actually a powerful hormone that controls over 2,000 different genes in your body …
Which is why over 50,000 published studies have shown that boosting your levels of this super-nutrient can not only help deliver:
That’s why it’s critical that you carefully read the rest of this letter …
Because research shows that people over 40 have about a 90% chance of being deficient in this critical hormone.
But it’s nearly impossible to optimize your Vitamin D levels with 99% of the supplements on the market today.
That’s because the majority of these supplements do not contain one critical ingredient …
Because as I’m about to show you …
Which is why our Ouro D3 contains the perfect one-two punch of these powerful ingredients.
Simply put, Ouro D3 is the perfect formula if you want to get the full immunity, heart and bone boosting benefits of Vitamin D.
Which is why I’m giving you a very special one-time opportunity to add it to your daily regimen for as little as $0.25 a day.
I will tell you more about that in a minute.
But first, let me tell you a little bit more about what makes Vitamin D so special …
And why adding Vitamin K2 is essential …
If you want to get the most bang for your buck when taking a Vitamin D supplement.
I’m sure you’ve heard about the health benefits of Vitamin D before …
And you may even take a daily Vitamin D supplement.
But what you probably didn’t know is …
While most scientists and health professionals call it a vitamin …
Vitamin D is NOT really a vitamin at all.
The active form of Vitamin D in your body …
Called Calcitriol …
Is a powerful steroid hormone with receptors on nearly every cell in your body.
In fact, scientists believe it could be responsible for affecting up to 2,000 different genes in your body (that’s nearly 1/6 of the active genome)!
Making Vitamin D essential for nearly every major biological system in your body.
Ever wonder why more people get sick in the winter? Low sunlight exposure leads to low Vitamin D production in the body … and Vitamin D is essential for helping your body activate it’s killer T-cells. In fact, one study out of the British Medical Journal showed that boosting your Vitamin D to normal levels reduced the odds of respiratory infection by a whopping 42%!
Researchers from the University of Colorado discovered that hospital patients with low levels of Vitamin D had double the risk of severe sepsis
A study out of New Castle University showed that low Vitamin D levels were directly linked to poor mitochondria function … which caused extreme fatigue and poor recovery in the muscles.
Vitamin D helps your body absorb more Calcium into your blood by activating receptors in your gut. A study of over 5,000 men showed a direct correlation between low Vitamin D and low Bone mineral density … the most common measurement of bone strength.
Vitamin D directly triggers your body to produce more insulin and also acts on fat and muscle cells to control insulin resistance. One study out of Harvard showed individuals with the highest Vitamin D levels were twice as likely to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
One study showed that people who live farther from the equator (receiving less light exposure) had a higher risk of elevated blood pressure. And another study showed that people naturally had higher blood pressure levels during winter months vs summer months.
You see, at birth, your arteries and veins start out healthy and clean.
They are able to feed your heart, brain and every other organ and cell in your body without any obstructions.
But as you get older, rogue calcium molecules start to combine with cholesterol molecules …
Forming a sticky substance doctors call plaque …
That builds up along the walls of your circulatory system.
Year after year these plaque deposits grow thicker, making your arteries “stiff” …
And if left unchecked, these blockages can lead to dangerous heart issues.
In fact, new research revels that the coronary calcium score may be an even bigger predictor of future heart issues than cholesterol.
Which is why Vitamin D is so crucial for heart health …
Because Vitamin D helps activate a unique pathway in the body I call the “biomatrix” switch …
Because it shuttles these rogue calcium molecules away from your arteries and veins …
And into your bones where it’s needed the most.
In fact, this “biomatrix” switch is so essential for your heart health …
One study from the American Heart Association noted that individuals with low Vitamin D levels had 3x the risk of heart disease.
And another study out of Harvard Medicine noted that restoring normal Vitamin D levels could cut your risk of heart problems in half!
With all these issues related to low D levels …
It’s easy to see why everyone should be taking at least 5,000 IU’s of Vitamin D3 a day …
Especially because D3 is the compound your skin cells make when they are exposed to light from the sun …
And numerous studies show that D3 is much more effective and bio-available than the cheap D2 you find in many other fortified foods and supplements.
But as I’m about to show you …
Because emerging research shows if you want to fully activate this “biomatrix switch” … And flush decades of dangerous plaque buildup clean out of your arterial walls …
It’s critical that you get enough Vitamin K2 in your diet.
Unfortunately, K2 is almost completely absent from today’s standard American diet.
And the Vitamin K that’s added to packaged foods is mostly the weak ineffective K1.
A study of 244 Dutch individuals showed that K2 supplement significantly improved the flexibility of the arteries (reduced stiffness)
One study our of Rotterdam of over 4,000 individuals showed that higher levels of Vitamin K2 cut the risk of heart trouble by as much as 50% and all-cause mortality by up to 25%.
A study in the journal, Nutrition, showed that daily supplementation with Vitamin K reduced the risk of erratic blood sugar by 51%.
A study of 241 patients revealed that supplementing with a small amount of K2 helped maintain bone density as we age … and reduced the risk of fractures by 65%.
In fact, if you have any combination of these risk factors … I can almost guarantee your most likely deficient in this critical hormone.
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“I started researching Vit-D and K2 and found this combination product. I tried it for six weeks and Bam! My Vit-D is up to 45. My blood sugars are under control and I have a much greater sense of general well-being. Amazing product. I highly recommend if you have been trying to get levels up with plain Vit-D supplements and failed.”
“I was in a car wreck where my back was messed up and I could not touch my toes. I had to see my chiropractor twice a week. He was awesome, but I still couldn’t reach my toes. Taking these vitamins enabled me to do just that and more. The pain is gone.”
“This is just the right combination added to the prescribed supplements I must take for older men. I can tell when I have skipped a day because my body feels sluggish.”
“I’ve been taking this before bedtime (occasionally in summer, more frequently in winter) and have noticed that it helps with sleep, energy, and mood.”
And considering the immunity, heart, and bone health benefits it offers …
I consider that a bargain..
But to celebrate the launch of this new breakthrough formula…
And because winter is fast approaching and your immunity related D levels will be even more critical …
Today and today only, I’m offering you an exclusive discount on every bottle you buy.
When you act now you can secure one bottle of Ouro D3 for just $22.47… 10% off the normal price.
Or, if you order 3 bottles you’ll pay just $19.98 a bottle… 20% off the what three bottles would normally cost.
And if you order 6 bottles of Ouro D3 – a full years supply…
You’ll pay just $14.98 a bottle…40% off the normal price.
That comes out to just 25 cents a day for the best vitamin D support available.
But this offer is only available on this page.
And bottles of Ouro D3 are literally flying off our warehouse shelves.
Plus, because of our commitment to quality, our FDA-approved facility is only able to produce Ouro D3 in very small batches at any given time.
Which means we can sell out of at any minute.
Which is why I recommend stocking up on the 6 bottles option….
This guarantees you the greatest savings possible, and new customers won’t interrupt your supply going forward.
And no matter how many bottles of Ouro D3 you invest in today…
They’re all backed by our…
Because you’re covered by our 30-day 100% money-back guarantee.
It’s important to us that money doesn’t come between you and the solution your energy and health craves.
So we want to make this easy.
If for any reason you don’t get the results we’ve expressed over the trial period …
Simply return your EMPTY bottles of Ouro D3 for a FULL, no-questions-asked refund.
Because the reality is:
If somehow Ouro D3 fails to deliver the results we promise…
We don’t want to keep a penny of YOUR money.
Our Mission is to help you live healthier – for longer. Because even though modern medicine and technology allows us to live longer than ever, we are not living better. The extra decades we’re gaining are plagued with diseases of the mind and body. What good is living to 100 if you spend the last 20 years of your life in a nursing home, bedridden, and in constant pain? Using both the latest breakthroughs in modern science and ancestral wisdom proven over thousands of years, we want to help you live a healthier life, every day.
If we had to choose between taking vitamin D alone or none at all, we would choose to take none – that’s how important K2 is.
You see, vitamin D increases the absorption of calcium in the body.
Without Vitamin K2, the body cannot direct calcium to the bones where itʹs needed; instead,
the calcium resides in soft tissue like the arteries!
The recommended 30 minutes of sunshine, which produces optimal amounts of vitamin D, is produced only in summer with total body exposure (naked!)…
And only from the hours of 10AM to 3PM.
Meaning, in order to keep your vitamin D levels optimized…
You either need access to a nude beach during your lunch break…
Plus, live somewhere where it’s summer all year round.
Or, simply take a natural vitamin D supplement like Ouro D3 every morning.
In the western world, vitamin K2 is rarely found in the foods we eat. The most abundant sources of K2 come from fermented foods like the soy derived NATTO. Unless you’re eating a diet heavy in fermented Asian foods, a K2 supplement is strongly recommended.
One bottle of Ouro D3 contains 60 capules. The recommended dosage is one capsule a day, which provides you with a full two month supply.
Simply take one capsule a day with food and water.
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