From your collar bone down to your knee cap, your bones are crazy for vitamin K - that’s because this family of nutrients (especially vitamin K2) is crucial for proper effectiveness of calcium. In addition to supporting strong bones, vitamin K also helps maintain healthy blood vessels, as well as coagulation factors within the blood that help it clot when necessary. †
You can reach your recommended daily intake by eating leafy greens, broccoli, blueberries and hard cheeses, such as gouda. When it comes to supplements, consider a complex that includes K2 as MK-7 (menaquinone-7).