Vitamin K

Vitamin K Benefits

New studies show that sub-clinical, non-hemostatic (non-blood) vitamin K deficiency in tissues such as bone and blood vessels exist widely in seemingly healthy adult populations.  The discovery of vitamin K-dependent proteins in bone has revealed this vitamin’s most important function – to guide calcium towards the areas of the body where it’s needed, such as the skeleton, and away from areas where it could have a negative effect, such as the cardiovascular system.

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