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Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 is a newly discovered essential vitamin. It is part of the K family of vitamins, vitamin K2 is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps the body efficiently utilize calcium. By activating different K-dependent proteins, it directs calcium toward bones and away from the arteries.

It inhibits calcium deposits in the arteries, leading to improved cardiovascular health. Vitamin K2 is a calcium transport vitamin and has additional properties of assisting the arteries become more elastic.

Vitamin K2 works with vitamin D in the metabolism of calcium. Vitamin K2 is very different than vitamin K1. 

Vitamin K2 is normally present in grass-fed butter, cheese and egg yolks from chickens who eat grass. Our bodies do make a small amount of K2.. It is also present in goose liver. Due to difficulty in getting K2, it becomes necessary to enhance your diet with a supplement. 

Vitamin K supports the central and peripheral nervous systems. 

In addition It supports healthy metabolism, the vascular system (arteries & veins) and a healthy heart. 

Vitamin K2 is normally present in grass-fed butter, cheese and egg yolks from chickens who eat grass. Due to difficulty in getting K2, it often becomes necessary to enhance your diet with a supplement.

RECOMMENDED:

This is a high quality natural vitamin K2 (MK-7 version), called Menaquinone. Alfalfa was added to increase the vitamin K complex as well as vitamin C because vitamins always work in together in synergy.

Supports healthy metabolism
Supports your vascular system (arteries and veins) systems.*
Supports a healthy heart


Mentioned in Dr. Berg's video The Egg Yolk & Butter Myth

Food with Vitamin K2

Vitamin K (Fat Soluble): Green leafy vegetables including spinach, kale, cauliflower, broccoli & wheat grass

Vitamin K2 high-fat dairy products from grass-fed cows, liver and other organs, as well as egg yolks. 

 

 


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