Are Vitamin K Benefits Worth It? [Best Foods, Sources & Deficiency]
🦶Vitamin K is only held 24 hours by our body! This means we need 120 mcg of Vitamin K per day for men and 90 mcg per day for women to prevent Vitamin K deficiency! We review the Best vitamin K foods & benefits🦶
0:00 Vitamin K Benefits
0:26 What is Vitamin K good for?
0:45 What is vitamin k?
1:17 Types of Vitamins
1:38 What does vitamin K do?
2:00 Vitamin K potassium
2:26 Vitamin K deficiency symptoms
3:08 Low vitamin K
3:38 How much vitamin K per day
3:50 Best sources of vitamin K & what foods have vitamin K
4:50 Medications and can too much vitamin K cause blood clots?
5:25 Vitamin K benefits studies
5:58 Heart health
6:16 Osteocalcin and vitamin K
7:30 Vitamin D and Vitamin K
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