pH Miracle® Vitamin K-1
Plant-Based Vitamin K
Helps With Bone Mineral Density
Assists With Blood Clotting
Good For People With Osteoporosis
Serving Size: 1 capsule
Servings Per Container: 90 Capsules
Vitamin K is important for forming blood clots properly, while Vitamin K2 boosts bone density and helps reduces calcification of arteries. K2 acts as chaperone for calcium, directing it to bones and not arteries. According to a 2001 research review published in Nutrition, the authors found that Vitamin K increases bone mineral density and reduces fracture rates in people with osteoporosis. They also point out that Vitamin K may be particularly effective when combined with Vitamin D, which is known to play a critical role in bone metabolism.
Vitamin K is an essential vitamin necessary for protein modification and blood clotting. Studies show that Vitamin K plays a role in assisting with osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s disease.
Because Vitamin K largely aids in the clotting of blood, symptoms of a Vitamin K deficiency include easy bruising, gastrointestinal bleeding, nosebleeds, difficult menstruation, and blood in the urine.
There are no known vegetables that contain Vitamin K2. Natto, a bad-tasting fermented soy product, contains the greatest amount of the vegan form known of K2, but this Vitamin K2 is formed during the processing and is highly acidic.
Interestingly, if the articles are saying this vitamin can only be obtained by eating animals and their products, and those animals are vegan plant-eaters, then where do scientists think these animals are getting the vitamin to give us?
It is not generally known that leafy green vegetables contain high amounts of Vitamin K. Also, our bodies are able to convert this Vitamin K1 to Vitamin K2.
Spinach, broccoli, asparagus, collard greens, Swiss chard, bock choy , peas, parsley and lentils also contain Vitamin K. Studies show that Vitamin K and its components are incredibly resilient and can withstand both cooking and freezing, although we consume more nutrients intact by eating fruits and vegetables raw. Vitamin K1 is converted to Vitamin K2 in the small intestines.
Vitamin K1 occurs in high amounts in leafy green vegetables, such as kale and Swiss chard. Other sources include vegetable oils and some fruits.
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