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    What to know about vitamin K-2

    Vitamin K is an essential vitamin that supports blood clotting and healthy bones. It occurs in two forms, K-1 and K-2. Vitamin K-1 is the primary form, and it mainly comes from leafy green vegetables. Vitamin K-2 occurs in animal proteins and fermented foods. The bacteria in the human gut also produce small quantities of K-2. In this article, we discuss vitamin K-2, its functions, and how it differs from K-1. We also describe dietary sources, health benefits, the recommended daily intake, deficiency symptoms, and supplements. What is it? Sauerkraut is a good dietary source of vitamin K-2. Vitamin K refers to a family of fat-soluble vitamins that the body…

  • Proper Nutrition

    Vitamin D Deficiency

    REFERENCES: Ali, A., et al. “Developmental Vitamin D Deficiency and Autism: Putative Pathogenic Mechanisms.” J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol 175 Jan. 2018: 108-118. Allan, G.M., et al. “Vitamin D: A Narrative Review Examining the Evidence for Ten Beliefs.” J Gen Intern Med Mar. 7, 2016. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. “Vitamin D for Good Bone Health.” OrthoInfo. Nov. 2016. <https://orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/staying-healthy/vitamin-d-for-good-bone-health/>. Anglin, R.E. “Vitamin D Deficiency and Depression in Adults: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.” Br J Psychiatry 202 Feb. 2013: 100-7. Annweiler, C. “Vitamin D in Dementia Prevention.” Ann N Y Acad Sci 1367.1 Mar. 2016: 57-63. Annweiler, C., et al. “‘Vitamin D and Cognition in Older Adults’: Updated International Recommendations.”…

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    For One Man, Too Much Vitamin D Was Disastrous

    Latest Prevention & Wellness News MONDAY, April 8, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Vitamin D is the healthy “sunshine” vitamin, but it can have a dark side, one Canadian man discovered. A team of Toronto physicians reported on the case of a 54-year-old man who developed kidney damage after taking extremely high doses of vitamin D. It’s a cautionary tale for consumers, medical experts say. “Although vitamin D toxicity is rare owing to a large therapeutic range, its widespread availability in various over-the-counter formulations may pose a substantial risk to uninformed patients,” said study co-author Dr. Bourne Auguste. He’s a clinical fellow in home dialysis at Toronto General Hospital and the…