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Vitamin K


Search around for information regarding Vitamin K and arterial calcification.

Vitamin K2 seems especially potent, K1 requires conversion before being as active in the body.

There's a distinction between K2 however:

K2 MK-4

and

K2 MK-7


Also, remember to think of Vitamins as synergistic, they don't work in a vacuum or very poorly when isolated.

I've posted in the past about it: http://www.westonaprice.org/fat-soluble-activators/x-factor-is-vitamin-k2#heart


From original CZ post: //www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1850362

PS: Another important distinction is the difference in vitamin quality! Many are cheaply made using synthetic chemical processes and higher quality are made by bio-organisms. The best is found in foods, or nature already. Avoid synthetics as much as possible.
 

 
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