A fat-soluble vitamin with a key role to play in the health of the heart and bones is vitamin K2. It belongs to a group of vitamins that also includes K1, K2, and K3.
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The recommended daily consumption for vitamin K2 is not yet known. A daily consumption of at least 45 micrograms, however, may be advantageous for bone and heart health, according to some research.
It has been demonstrated that vitamin K2 contributes to bone and heart health. It helps to activate proteins that are involved in bone metabolism and has been shown to reduce the risk of fractures in postmenopausal women. Additionally, it assists in preventing the buildup of calcium in the arteries, which can lower the risk of heart disease.