Vitamin K2: A necessary nutrient to support the function of Vitamin D – white paper

January 26, 2022

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Just as vitamins K2 and D3 are fat-soluble vitamins that function synergistically, the deficiency of both these nutrients has been recognized worldwide and is associated with various health issues.

Observational studies have demonstrated a correlation between low K and D status with compromised bone health and increased cardiovascular risks. From there, interventional studies have proven that combining vitamins K2 and D3 positively impacted bone mineral density in both children and adults, and clinical research have demonstrated their beneficial influence on cardiovascular and insulin metabolism markers in adults.

Yet the work continues, with new clinical trials evaluating the efficacy of these vitamins’ combination in different health areas such as metabolic dysfunction, fracture healing, respiratory infection, and more.

We invite you to explore this comprehensive scientific overview identifying vitamin K2’s essential role as a companion nutrient to vitamin D, including new safety evidence stressing the importance of co-supplementation.

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