Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) may be the most important form, as it is the most active in assisting the body's use of calcium. Although our bodies produce some vitamin K2, we store it in very limited amounts.
A lack of K2, which can be caused by a poor diet, is not uncommon.
Vitamin K2 helps ensure that the calcium we consume makes it to the cells and tissues that need it and promotes both bone health and cardiovascular health by putting calcium in the bones and by keeping it in check in the cardiovascular system.
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