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Vitamin K

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is probably the least understood of the fat-soluble vitamins. It’s role in blood clotting is well recognized, but vitamin K’s other functions are less well known and include supporting bone and cardiovascular health. Why is vitamin K important? Vitamin K1...
Vitamin D

Vitamin D

Why is vitamin D important? Vitamin D is best known for its role in promoting strong teeth and bones. It helps support bone health by increasing calcium absorption in the digestive tract. Vitamin D also plays an important role in regulating our immune system....
Vitamin A

Vitamin A

Why is vitamin A important? Vitamin A is important for eye health, immune function, and cell growth. Vitamin A deficiency can be considered a nutritionally acquired immunodeficiency disease – meaning your immune system will not function properly if you are deficient...

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