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Old 03-25-2010, 03:29 PM
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Question Vitamin K

If vitamin k2 is not affordable, would you recommend to take the regular vitamin K as an alternative for artery and bone health?
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No. Look into other alternatives for bone and artery health.
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Old 03-28-2010, 01:29 AM
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In the COMMENTS section following this blog There is an interesting discussion on Vitamin K and K2 including some speculation on the ability of our bodies to convert from K1 to K2 in the presence of a higher vitamin D status. Bear in mind the original work was done on rats (and we all know they use D2 and are nocturnal so have a different vit d economy)

Stephan has written a lot on Vitamin k2 so it's worth doing a search on his site and reading the other posts as well.
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