Vitamin K was once thought by the medical community and nutritionists as simply playing a major role in blood clotting. Over the last 10 years vitamin k has gained a much greater appreciation amoung nearly all. Vitamin K plays an important role in taking calcium in the bloodstream and getting it into the skeletal structure. It is not uncommon for the arteries to become hardened with plaque as we advance in years while at the same time losing bone density. Vitamin K in appropriate doses is helpful in optimizing the bodies natural balance of nutrients.
It is also important to note that Vitamin K comes in two majoe forms K1 and K2. K1 is obtained primarily by eating green vegetables which nearly all of you eat in plentiful quantities (or should be). K1 is relatively difficult to absorb as it is tightly bound in plant fibers. K2 however comesprimarily through dairy, eggs, and meat and is up to 10 times more effectively used and stays in the blood stream longer. MK-7 and MK-4 are the single most widely researched and bioavailable forms of K2 on the market and Super K with Advanced K2 Complex contains them along with K1 in an optimal quantity. Arterial elasticty and bone health is important for long life and Super K with Advanced K2 Complex helps make sure that potent forms of K are available at a reasonable cost.
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