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April 2007 Issue

Vitamin K Builds Bone and Prevents Fractures; Is it the New Calcium?

Q. Is vitamin K important for bones?
A. Yes, likely very important. A growing body of research suggests that healthy bones need vitamin K just as much as they need calcium.

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