... Vitamin K may be "the next vitamin D" if research continues to illuminate the growing number of benefits to your health.
Dr. Cees Vermeer, one of the world's top researchers in the field of vitamin K, founded a vitamin K research group in 1975, which is now the largest group investigating this area of nutrition science.
How many people have adequate vitamin K… care to guess?
Just about zero, according to Dr. Vermeer and other experts in the field.
Most people get just enough K from their diets to maintain adequate blood clotting, but NOT enough to offer protection against he following health problems – and the list is growing: Read more
Monday, July 19, 2010
The Cancer-Preventing Vitamin Your Doctor Knows Nothing About
Can you help prevent cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis with vitamin K, which nearly everyone is deficient in?