July 2006 Issue
What’s Special About Vitamin K? Bone Builder, Arthritis Aid
Q. I heard about a new study that says vitamin K may help prevent arthritis. Should I take a K supplement?
A. No. There’s no need to turn to a supplement, since there’s plenty of newly important K in certain foods.
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