Vitamin K has long been known to play an important role in the production of molecules involved in normal blood clotting. More recently, evidence has shown that Vitamin K is involved in the production of osteocalcin, a protein needed for proper bone formation. Osteocalcin has been shown to:
• help cut the risk of broken bones in older adults.
• help regulate the beta-cells in the pancreas that p...
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