We have written before about the research regarding vitamin K2 and bone health. Another study has come out further establishing the benefits.
Adults aged 50-65 years of age were either given placebo or vitamin K2 for one year. At the end of study, the placebo group showed a significant decrease in bone mineral density while the K2 group did not.
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