Vitamin K2 promotes calcium transport into bones and away from soft tissues. *
Contains both MK-4 and MK-7 forms of K2. They are distinct vitamins and play separate roles in health. MK-4 is found in the brain, fetus, and breast milk. MK-4 is the predominant K2 in the body. *
Foods rich in K2 (organ meats and traditional fermented foods) are not common in modern diets. So, K2 deficiency may be common.
Contains MK-7 in the bioactive ‘TRANS’ form. Some K2 supplements contain a blend of TRANS and CIS forms. CIS form is not found in nature and may be limited in activity.
This product does not contain K1 because your body recycles K1 and deficiencies are rare, and provides limited heart benefits. *