Ⅰ、 Product Description
Vitamin K2 is essential for the carboxylation of glutamate residues in certain proteins, to give-carboxyglutamate. This modification allows the protein to bind calcium, an essential event in the blood clotting cascade. Carboxylation of glutamate is also important in other proteins involved in the mobilization or transport of calcium. Vitamin K2 is also a known of SXR.
|PRODUCT NAME||Vitamin K2|
1. Enables proteins to bind calcium
2. The carboxylation of glutamate is also important in other proteins involved in calcium mobilization or transport.
3. Vitamin K2 is also known as SXR.
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Ⅰ What is the K2 vitamin good for?
Vitamin K2 contributes to skin health and bone metabolism, promotes proper brain function and prevents heart-related diseases. Furthermore, K2 is important in the body’s use of calcium to help build bones and to inhibit blood vessel calcification. K2 is found in animal foods and preserved foods.
Ⅱ What foods contain vitamin K2?
- Beef Liver.
Ⅲ What are the symptoms of low vitamin K2?
1、Bleeding too much or bruising easily.
2、order to produce the GLA proteins that help blood to clot.
3、weak bones or teeth.
4、frequently become ill.
Ⅳ Can Too Much K2 be harmful?
There are no known serious side effects from taking too much K2.
Ⅴ Should you take K2 everyday?
There are no known side effects of taking too much K2, please consult a professional doctor for specific circumstances
Ⅵ When should I take K2?
Take your K2 supplement with your dinner that includes dietary fat or at bedtime, 8 to 12 hours after you take your Vitamin D3. Most people take their D3 with breakfast and K2 at dinner time and this seems sensible, as some research shows that D3 is more effective if not taken at the same time as K2.
Ⅶ Does K2 interact with any medications?
Ⅷ Can K2 be toxic?
Vitamin K toxicity is extremely rare. The only reported toxicity comes from menadione, which has no use in humans. Its toxicity is thought to be associated with its water-soluble properties. When toxicity does occur, it manifests with signs of jaundice, hyperbilirubinemia, hemolytic anemia, and kernicterus in infants.