You Should Know

August 2017 Issue

Vitamin K Update

This vitamin, found in leafy greens, is important for blood and bone health.

What It Is. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that comes in two forms. Phylloquinone (K1), found in plants, provides most of the vitamin K in our diets. Menaquinones (K2) is a group of compounds found mostly in fish, oils, and meats, and is also made by gut bacteria.

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