Vitamin K Supplement: Buy Vitamin K2 & K1

Vitamin K has several important functions. For example, it's needed for blood clotting, helping wounds to heal properly, and to keep bones healthy.

To help maintain optimum health, consider adding vitamin K supplements to your diet, along with incorporating more health foods into your meals. The most common noticeable impact of vitamin K deficiency is excessive bleeding. A GP will be able to diagnose the issue and may prescribe a vitamin K supplement.

We offer both vitamin K1 and vitamin K2 supplements. You can choose vitamin K capsules, tablets or even an oral spray to suit you.

Our range of supplements comes from the most reputable suppliers using the best quality ingredients.

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All you need to know about Vitamin K

What is the difference between Vitamin K1 and K2?

Vitamin K2 absorbs into the body much better than Vitamin K1. The reason for this is because Vitamin K2 is a fat soluble vitamin and is, as a result, often found in fatty foods like egg yolks, fatty meats like sausages and cheese. Vitamin K1 is typically found from plant sources like spinach and broccoli.

The vast majority of Vitamin K that humans get naturally is in the Vitamin K1 form and this is why supplementing could be beneficial for some people.

What role does Vitamin K play in bone health?

Vitamin K plays an important role in the health of bones. It is often found that people with higher levels of Vitamin K have a higher bone denisty whereas people with low levels of Vitamin K are more at risk of having osteoperosis.

Vitamin K works with calcium to help form new bones and so having good levels of Vitamin K is essential, particularly if you've recently suffered from a broken bone.

Why is Vitamin K2 also called Menaquinone-7?

Menaquinone is the scientific name for Vitamin K2. There are a few different types of Vitamin K2 but Menaquinone-7 (or MK-7) has been found to be the most useful for people taking supplements. The reason MK-7 is preferred to, say, MK-4 is because it absorbs better and only needs to be taken once a day, whereas MK-4 supplementing would require multiple doses throughout the day to be as effective.

How can I increase my Vitamin K intake as part of my diet?

Incorporating whole foods into your diet is a great way to increase your intake of vitamin K. Whole foods are foods that are minimally processed and as close to their natural state as possible. Examples of whole foods that are high in vitamin K include leafy greens such as kale, spinach, and collard greens, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and Brussels sprouts, as well as herbs such as parsley and basil.

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