The famous Rotterdam Study (4807 people) showed that consuming Vitamin K1 from green leafy vegetables had no effect on cardiovascular disease, but only Vitamin K2 intake. In this study it was found that increasing Vitamin K2 intake from less than 21 mcg daily to more than 32 mcg daily decreased calcification and mortality from cardiovascular disease by about 50%.
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Scientists have discovered that Vitamin K2 is well absorbed in supplement form, regardless of one’s gastrointestinal or liver health. So, with our Vitamin K2 supplement people who hate “nasty” vegetables or fermented Soy can still keep their bodies optimally supplied with Vitamin K.
Vitamin K2’s main job is to help ensure that minerals go to all the right places and don’t go to the wrong places. The right places are the bones and blood. The wrong places include calcification of the blood vessels, bone spurs and calcification of soft tissues. So, if you’re worried about hardening of the arteries, this is an important Vitamin for you.
Additionally, here are just some of the things that Vitamin K2 has been shown to do:
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