Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is essential for blood clotting, regulating blood calcium levels and bone metabolism.
Vitamin K1 or K2?
Vitamin K1 is the most common form and can be found in dark, leafy green vegetables.
Vitamin K2 is more readily absorbed by the body, remains active in the body for longer and sends calcium to the bones where it is needed. It prevents the body from sending it to the arteries and organs where it would do harm.