Low Vitamin K2 Linked to Calcified Arteries and Weak Bones

By James J. Kenney, ?PhD, FACN

Vitamin K is composed of a group of compounds, but the one found in plants is Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone). Vitamin K2 is the main storage form of vitamin K in humans and animals and it has several subtypes, which differ in their isoprenoid chain length. These vitamin K2 homologues are called menaquinones. Menaquinones are often abbreviated MK-n, with the “n” re...

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