What You Should Know About Vitamin K

submitted by: admin on 04/21/2015

Vitamin K's function is underappreciated by both MDs and patients. It regulates calcium metabolism and protects against osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis, aortic valve calcification and regulates clotting. Adequate levels of vitamin K move calcium out of soft tissues such as arteries and heart valves and into bones, where we need it. Even people on Coumadin need small amounts of vitamin K to protect against osteoporosis and heart attacks and strokes. Coumadin doubles the risk of artery and heart valve disease as well as osteoporosis within three years!



What You Should Know About Vitamin K (Video)

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