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What is vitamin K?

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin.

Vitamin K occurs naturally in foods in two forms: Vitamin K1 and vitamin K2.

In addition to the two naturally- occurring forms of vitamin K, there is a synthetic form of this vitamin, which is twice as active in the body as the natural forms.

How much K vitamin do I need?

There is no Daily Value established for vitamin K; the RDA ranges from 60mcg. to 80mcg. daily for women and men.

The required intake of vitamin K depends on body size, with larger individuals needing more of this vitamin.

Some of the body's daily requirement of vitamin K is produced by bacteria in the intestines, although recent evidence shows this amount might be very low.

Current research on K vitamin?

Healthy Bones: Vitamin K assists in the manufacture of proteins needed to build and maintain strong bones.