Did you know that Vitamin K1, and K2, supplement Vitamin D. Vitamin K is necessary to support proper blood-clotting, build the bones, protect the heart., and balance insulin levels. It may also help prevent Alzheimer's Disease, tooth decay, infectious diseases, and several kinds of cancer.
Many of us don't get enough Vitamin K in our diets.
Vitamin K1 can be found in green vegetables and in green leaves.
Bacteria in the gut makes Vitamin K2. Fermented foods also provide K2.
There is a Vitamin K3 which is synthetic form of the vitamin and has issues with toxicity.
Because this is a fat-soluble vitamin, it needs to be taken with a moderate amount of fat in order to be absorbed.
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