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93. Vitamin K for Bone, Brain, Immune and Liver Health

Episode Summary

People often talk of vitamin K as though it was a single vitamin; however, vitamin K is a category that contains different subtypes. While they’re all fat-soluble and structurally similar, they’re not identical. Only the MK4 form of vitamin K has been shown to promote bone, brain, immune and liver health.

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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [1:30] Clarifying the confusion around Vitamin K
  • [3:40] The best known form of Vitamin 4 for bone health
  • [5:39] MK4 can increase bone strength by up to 70%
  • [7:04] MK4 activates genes that promote the creation of osteoblasts 
  • [9:16] Vitamin D and MK4’s benefits and how they interact
  • [11:45] MK4 role in supporting liver health

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