Have you ever met someone that takes their medicine, eats well, and STILL gets heart disease? Could this someone be missing some key nutrients? If you live in the West, the answer is undoubtedly yes. One of the key nutrients that is missing – even from the healthiest Western diets – is a very elusive vitamin called vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 has many roles that may protect the heart. Vitamin K2 reduces heart disease risk as well as heart disease death.
Yet, most people don’t have detectable amounts of vitamin K2 in their blood. If I also told you that it is next to impossible to get this nutrient from foods, you might be surprised.
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