Vitamin K (Phylloquinone/phytol naphthoquinone)

Mayo Study Links Increased Vitamin K Intake to Lower Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Risk

The article presents results from a study conducted at the Mayo Comprehensive Cancer Center that investigated the association between increased vitamin K consumption and a lower risk of non-Hodgk...

Vitamin K2 in Bone Metabolism and Osteoporosis

This article covers in vitro, in vivo, and human data on the positive effect of vitamin K2 on osteoporosis. Data is available on vitamin K2 for osteoporosis caused by a number of conditions, incl...

Vitamin K and Sphingolipid Metabolism: Evidence to Date

The brain is enriched with sphingolipids, which are important membrane constituents and major lipid signaling molecules that have a role in motor and cognitive behavior. Vitamin K has been implic...

Vitamin K Status May Be an Important Determinant of Childhood Bone Health

There has been relatively little research emphasis on the effect of vitamin K on bone health during childhood. Recent interesting data from an observational study of healthy young girls (aged 3-1...

VITAMIN K

Discusses the health benefits of vitamin K. Strengthening of bones; Protection of arteries; Prevention of cancer and other degenerative diseases; Related substances that make up vitamin K; Prote...

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