Vitamin K2 softgels
Dietary sources of vitamin K-2 include:
Natto, a traditional Japanese dish of fermented soybeans
Dairy products, especially hard cheeses
Liver and other organ meats
Beef,pork,egg yolks,chicken,fatty fish, such as salmon
Vitamin K2 has a protective effect on bone mineral density and reduced risk of hip, vertebral and non-vertebral fractures. These effects appear to be accentuated when combined with vitamin D and in the setting of osteoporosis. The possible health benefits suggested for further investigation relate to bone strength and arterial health (reducing calcification or even decalcifying, with a possible reduction in blood pressure).
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