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Vitamin K has historically been known as the "coagulation vitamin" because of its important role in helping our blood to clot. More recently, vitamin K has been studied for its role in bone health. Both vitamin K1 and K2 are involved in processes that help build bone strength, but it appears that vitamin K2 is the most protective in this particular job. A deficiency of the K2 form of vitamin K has been linked to osteoporosis (fragile bones)
Source : Medical Xpress
On : 25-Jun-2021