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Ultimate Crash Course on Vitamin K – Blood, Bones, & Absorption
What are the Functions Of Vitamin K?
Coagulation of the Blood (vitamin K helps with blood clotting)
Mineralization of Bone, Dentin, & Cartilage
Prevent Soft Tissue Calcification
Cell Growth Regulation
Symptoms & Diseases Linked to Vitamin K Deficiency are numerous. The following are symptoms of vitamin K deficiency.
Blood Pooling in The Skin
Blood in Urine
Blood in Stool
Heavy Menstrual Blood Loss
HDN (Hemorrhagic Disease of Newborns)
What Causes Vitamin K Deficiency? There are a number of causes for vitamin K deficiency. The following list are some of the most common:
Inadequate diet – high levels of processed foods
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Biliary (Gallbladder) Disease
Blood Thinning Medications
Hydantoin (anti-seizure meds)
Bile Acid Sequestrants
Food Sources of Vitamin K
Fermented soy and cabbage
Forms of Vitamin K – Should you take vitamin K as a supplement or eat it from food. Here are the forms of vitamin K:
K1 – Phylloquinones (Greens)
K2 – Menaquinones (MK
K3 – Menodione (Synthetic)
Lab Testing to detect vitamin K deficiency
PTT (Prothrombin Time)
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