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Simply put, Vitamin K is a group of fat-soluble vitamins. Some people say Vitamin K might be the missing link in our dietary troubles and even chronic conditions. And it hasn’t been around for too long either. When it was discovered around 1930, it was identified as a nutrient essential for blood coagulation or blood clotting. But Vitamin K is a little bit more complex, it breaks down into two forms: Vitamin K1 and Vitamin K2. Let’s talk about #2.

Studies show that Vitamin K2 reduced blood vessel calcification in animals, while a study on people observed that their general bone and heart health had improved.

So, what foods can we find this magic Vitamin K2 in? Well, mostly animal proteins and fermented food. It’s important to note that K2 is more likely to be found in animal products that were pasture-raised. The animals eat the grass, that contains Vitamin K1, which is then converted to Vitamin K2 in their bodies. If the animals were raised on grain or soy, there’s less likely to be a rich source of Vitamin K2 in your animal product. You can find K2 in these foods:

• Goose liver

• Chicken liver

• Egg yolks

• Butter

• Bacon

• Natto

• Sauerkraut

• Hard Cheeses

• Soft Cheeses

• Curd Cheeses

• Cheddar Cheese

Of course, it can be tricky finding the right source. If that’s too much work for you and you need a simpler, faster solution, take Releaf Vitamin K2 to supplement your Vitamin K2 requirements. It’s a product of natural origin that comes in a convenient orodispersible tablet form that melts in the mouth and doesn’t require any water.

Have a chat with your healthcare practitioner about supplementing your routine with Releaf Vitamin K2.