Rosita Cod Liver Oil with K2 Capsules Multi Pack


The fat-soluble vitamins A, D, and K2 work together. This multi pack with Rosita Cod Liver Oil plus K2 is an ideal combination.

Rosita Cod Oil is made in Norway from fresh fish pulled right from the water. It has a mild fresh taste, is a replacement for regular fish oil, and contains more DHA than EPA, a ratio only true cold water Atlantic cod can provide. Read more about this superior oil here and here

Prothera MK-7 form of vitamin K2 has the longest half-life in the body compared to other forms of vitamin K2. Always take K2 whenever you take Vitamin D. This ensures calcium goes into bones and teeth, not the arteries or kidneys.

Here is one article and a podcast on the merits of K2 daily for life.

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Recommended Usage Rosita Cod Oil:

1/2 to 1 tsp. Rosita Cod Liver oil daily or as desired. Refrigerate when received. Consume open bottles within 3 months (unopened lasts 1 year, frozen lasts 2 years).  Take with food. 

Extra D3 may be advised. A, D and K2 work together, so best taken with Vitamin K2 in our MK-7 version of K2 – see below.

Read more about Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil here


  • DHA 700 mg/tsp.  This beneficial ratio of DHA to EPA is reversed from regular “fish oil” or from pollock oil sold as Cod Liver Oil
  • EPA 510 mg/tsp
  • 100% Raw and cold extracted
  • Naturally occurring Vitamin D3 400-500 iu/tsp
  • Vitamin A 3000-5000 iu/tsp

Prothera Vitmain K2 MK7 Suggested Use

1 capsule daily with food, preferably forever. Kids too!


Amount Per Serving:
Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-7) 50 mcg 

Other Ingredients

Cellulose, vegetarian capsule, L-leucine, and silicon dioxide.

Free of milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat/gluten, corn, yeast, and soybeans. Contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

Read more about ProThera Vitamin K2 here

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