Our understanding of vitamin K has flourished in the 90 years since. Today, we know that vitamin K isn’t just one vitamin, but a family of fat-soluble vitamins.
It’s obvious that vitamin K2 is involved in a staggering number of functions and conditions. Here is a brief summary of functions and conditions that vitamin K2 is involved in.
For a long time after the discovery of vitamin K, we thought that deficiencies were rare and obvious. We were only partly right. What does it mean if we measure vitamin K2 in our blood versus in the liver?
Why K2 and not K1? And is this case of mistaken identity really such a big deal? Overall, K2 is much better for general health than K1. Here are three reasons.
Here’s the short answer. Based on our latest understanding of vitamin K2 in the body, the best form to supplement with is the MK-7 form of vitamin K2.
When designing our K2 supplements, we wanted to create a line that incorporated the latest understanding of science and research. Not only for delivering the best effective doses, but also in selecting the best forms to meet today’s needs, and for optimizing the best bioactivity.
Good product design takes all of these challenges into account. We think we’ve done that with our K2.
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