MenaquinGold® – Natural Vitamin K2-7

If you’ve read about vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, you might feel like we’ve missed a few vitamins as we jump over to vitamin K. Vitamin K is actually a group of compounds. The most important of these compounds appears to be vitamin K1 and vitamin K2. Vitamin K1 plays a key role in helping the blood clot, preventing excessive bleeding, and vitamin K2 is a key role for keep the bone mass and avoid the calcification on arteries. The K1 form of vitamin K is found in plant foods like Green leafy vegetables, such as kale, spinach, turnip greens, collards, etc. In plant foods, you won’t find much preformed K2, unless those plant foods have been fermented or otherwise transformed by bacteria or other microorganisms, a great example is Bacillus natto.

Vitamin K2 is the missing piece in better calcium metabolism and utilization for bone and cardiovascular.

Vitamin K2 was noted to be more effective in decreasing bone turnover and it exerts a more powerful influence on bone. In additional, vit K2 has been link to a reduction in coronary heart disease, and also could completely block arterial calcification induce by Warfarin.
Coorelation between Vitamin K2 with avoid the bone loss is Vitamin K “activates” osteocalcin through a process called “carboxylation”. Osteocalcin is an vitamin K dependent bone protein synthesized by osteoblasts. It provides the “glue” that holds calcium in the bone, giving structure and order to bone tissue and without it bone would be fragile and easy broken. And related to ovoid the vascular calcification, vitamin K2 will activited the Matrix Gla-protein (MGP) which can help calcium out of the arteries. The arterial calcification will decreases vessel elasticity and integrity leading to CVD.

MenaquinGold® is natural Vitamin K2-7 known as menaquinone-7 (MK-7, vitamin K2-7) from fermentation Bacillus Natto. With just a little dosage 45 µg/ day, effective hep to improve bone mass and keep cardiovascular health.

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