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Vitamin K2

Vitamin K comes in many forms and is essential for proper Vitamin D utilization. Vitamin K supports proper blood health, strong bones and cardiovascular health. The multifaceted functions of Vitamin K provide a pivotal role in ensuring proper blood coagulation contributing to skeletal strength and blood health.

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Who should consider taking Vitamin K supplements?
Individuals at risk of Vitamin K deficiency, such as those with certain digestive disorders that affect nutrient absorption, may benefit from supplementation. Additionally, people seeking to support bone health, particularly postmenopausal women and older adults, might consider Vitamin K supplements. However, it is always recommended to discuss supplementation with a healthcare provider.
How does Vitamin K contribute to cardiovascular health?
Vitamin K is thought to help prevent calcium from depositing in the arteries and blood vessels, promoting cardiovascular health by maintaining arterial flexibility and supporting heart function.
How does Vitamin K support blood clotting and overall health?
Vitamin K is integral to activating proteins and calcium, essential in blood clotting, and helps prevent excessive bleeding. Beyond clotting, it plays a significant role in bone metabolism, aiding calcium binding to the bone matrix and thus supporting bone density and strength.
Is there a recommended daily intake for Vitamin K, and can you get enough from diet alone?
The recommended daily intake of Vitamin K varies by age, sex, and life stage. Many can achieve adequate Vitamin K intake through a balanced diet of green leafy vegetables and certain fermented foods. However, specific groups, such as those with certain health conditions, might need supplementation.
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