Vitamin K

What is the function of vitamin K? Vitamin K is essential for the proper coagulation of blood and prevention of bleeding by means of a blood coagulation factor called prothrombin. In addition to this, it appears to significantly lower the risk for both liver and prostrate cancer. Last, but not least, vitamin K helps prevent bone loss, bone fractures as well as arterial calcification.
vitamin K
Vitamin K deficiency symptoms: easy bruising, excessive bleeding, heavy menstrual bleeding, nosebleed, bleeding gums, bleeding occurring in the digestive tract, calcification of blood vessels (also known as arterial calcification) and heart valves, frail bones and bone fractures.

Last Updated on by Marius Lixandru

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