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Vitamin K2 overview tab Vitamin K2 facts tab Vitamin K2 pricing tab Vitamin K2 FAQ tab
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-  Why is vitamin K important?
Vitamin K is essential for healthy bone formation and repair; it is involved in the synthesis of osteocalcin, the protein in bone tissue upon which calcium crystallizes. As vitamin K helps build bones, it also supports blood vessel health by removing calcium deposits from the vessels where they aren’t needed. Vitamin K then works with Vitamin D to increase calcium deposits in the bones, where calcium is needed most.


-  What’s the difference between vitamin K1 and K2?
K1 is derived from plants, K2 from animals or bacterium. Our K2 is made from the natto bacterium, which is one of the most potent forms of K2 ever discovered.


-  What is natto?
For centuries, the Japanese have enjoyed a fermented soy dish called natto. Although the dish is not to everyone’s taste, it is thought that soy natto could easily be the most nutritious dish ever discovered.


-  Does Vitamin K benefit anything besides the bones?
As mentioned above, Vitamin K supports healthy blood vessels. Vitamin K also plays an important role in the intestines, helping to convert glucose into glycogen for storage in the liver.


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