Some necessary facts about Vitamin K2 you need to know before consuming

by - November 30, 2017

Hello Everyone,
We probably know that there are tons of Vitamins and Minerals which help us feeling healthy and keeping us fit and active. One of such vitamin is Vitamin K which plays an important role in developing our heart, muscle and bone health. Vitamin K is necessary agent for blood clotting and forming bone tissues. It helps the liver to produce vital blood clotting proteins. So without it, out body would not able to clot when cutouts. Vitamin K is often found in various vegetables, fruits, and dairy products. But, Can only foods level up the deficiency of Vitamin K2 in our body? If not, then how can we improve it? So let’s get to know more about Vitamin K’s benefits, dosage, deficiency symptoms, side effects and alternates to level it up.
Some necessary facts about Vitamin K2 you need to know before consuming, Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mcg

What is Vitamin K?

Vitamin K is an essential vitamin which was recovered in Germany where it was called “Koagulationsvitamin”, that’s why it is named as Vitamin K. Koagulation means blood clotting, which is why Vitamin K is the most vital agent in clotting blood in our body. There is two main form of Vitamin K- one is K1 and other is K2. Vitamin K1 is found mainly in plant-based foods whereas Vitamin K2 is found in animal-based foods. Vitamin K2 can be further divided into several subtypes, one of the most important subtypes is MK-7.

Importance of Vitamin K2 in our body

Vitamin K is an essential vitamin that plays an important role in bone and heart health. It is one of the main vitamins in blood clotting and also helps to maintain brain function, a healthy metabolism and protect again cancer. It is the most crucial agent that responsible for done building and improves digestive health.

Primary deficiency symptoms of Vitamin K2

These are some symptoms to watch for if you feel that you might have a vitamin K deficiency
1. Easy Bruising
2. Weak bones
3. Bleeding gums
4. Bleeding Nose.

Side effect of Vitamin K2

Vitamin K usually has very few side effects which include very serious allergic reactions like swelling and itching in face or throat or tongue, dizziness, and trouble breathing.

When we need to take Vitamin K2

Vitamin K plays a major role in blood clotting, so it is used to reverse the effects of “blood thinning” which is very common in newborn infants. Vitamin K in an adult is used to prevent and treat weak bones (osteoporosis) and relieve a liver disease called biliary cirrhosis. Vitamin K2 is taken by mouth to treat osteoporosis and bone loss. People apply vitamin K to the skin to remove spider veins, scars and stretch marks.

Sources of Vitamin K2

Vitamin K is found in several vegetables and fruits like broccoli, cabbage, spinach, blueberry, blackberry, carrot etc. as well as animal meats, egg yolk, and dairy product. Taking Vitamin K supplements is the easiest way to improve and level up the deficiency. Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mcg tablets are the vegetable source of Vitamin K.

Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mcg

Some necessary facts about Vitamin K2 you need to know before consuming, Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mcg

Zenith Nutrition Vitamin K2 provides Vitamin K2 in its most biologically active form called Menaquinone-7 or MK-7.

INR: 1120/- for 60 capsules (Buy here)

Dosage: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule daily with a meal or as directed by a physician.

Some necessary facts about Vitamin K2 you need to know before consuming, Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mcg

Some necessary facts about Vitamin K2 you need to know before consuming, Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mcg

Benefits of Zenith Vitamin K2, MK-7, 100mg

Promote Bone Health
Lower the risk of Osteoporosis
Promote Arterial Health
Improves Dental health
Vegetarian/Vegan
May help fight cancer
Lower risk of heart disease

Warning: Pregnant or lactating women, diabetics, hypoglycemics, and people with know medical condition and/ or taking drugs should consult with a licensed physician and/or pharmacist prior to taking dietary supplements.


That’s all for today. Hope you find this post helpful. See you in my next post.
Love
Papri

**Disclaimer: This post is strictly for educational purpose.

 

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10 comments

  1. WWow, didn't know all these about Vit K2! Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. These are some unknown facts for me, I had no clue about Vitamin K2 thanks for sharing. Zenith looks like the best supplement option for today's hectic lifestyle.

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  3. This is good share..was not aware of vitamin k2 ...helful feed

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  4. Never know Vitamin K2 comes with so many benifits.. Thanks Zenith to taking care of our health

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  5. Awesome information and I love the way you write this. how to find if we are Vitamin K deficient is an eye-opener

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  6. Wow, so many facts about Vitamin K, indeed we need K2 supplements and zenith is doing just the right thing.

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  7. So much we pass off as unimportant can be a sign of deficiency and can be easily taken care of. Didn't know this. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. You've explained it so well and so much in detail .. and also glad to know that we have a nice product that can be used without being worries about its quality

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  9. Thank you fo sharing all the goodness of vitamin K. looks like I need this. Definitely trying it.

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  10. well, my nephew always has nose bleeding might be because of vitamin k absence only i!!!
    Thanks for sharing!!!

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