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Vitamin K is recognized for its vital role in the clotting process, yet it has recently been identified as playing a role in bone formation and bone strength preservation.* The most bioavailable and active form of K2 is MK-7 (Menaquinone-7). Unlike K1, which is stored in the liver, MK-7 is immediately transported to tissues and lasts for a longer period of time than K1 or MK-4.* Research has also shown that Vitamin K2, particularly MK-7, is critical for maintaining elasticity of arteries and cardiovascular health.*
• Supports Bone Health*
• Supports Vascular Elasticity*
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