Vitamin K

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Vitamin K is important for a few critical enzymatic functions in the body. It’s necessary for normal coagulation, or clotting, of blood, as well as for the proper transport and storage of calcium throughout the body. Vitamin K is therefore important for bone health, a role only recently identified through research. In particular, it’s been shown to play a pivotal role in vascular elasticity.

See other Vitamins categories: Multi-VitaminVitamin AVitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin DVitamin E and Vitamin K.