Vitamin K are a family of fat-soluble compounds called napthoquinones. Vitamin K1 can be found in green leafy veg and vegetable oils. Vitamin K2 cannot be found in a typical diet. K2 is associated with blood clotting, bone health and cellular … Continue reading The Vitamin K family
What is Potassium Gluconate? Potassium is the most abundant electrolyte in the body. Potassium gluconate is a salt and often used in food supplements. It is an essential nutrient for cell function, particularly in excitable cells such as those found … Continue reading What are the Health Benefits of Potassium Gluconate?
Throughout life, bones go through continuous turn over of remodelling. Up to the age of 30 the body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone, therefore bone mass increases. After that, laying down bone decreases and bone … Continue reading Natural minerals for Bone health
These two vitamins are considered in the naturopathic world to be two of the most required daily supplements to avoid deficiency. It seems very fitting then to know that they should also be supplemented together. Being in the UK … Continue reading When supplementing, these two nutrients must be taken together
Vitamin K is a term that encompasses several K vitamers or structurally related compounds for similar cofactor activity. Vitamin K2 (or menaquinones) has two well known forms: MK-4, which has been used in many studies relating to osteoporosis and rheumatoid … Continue reading Vitamin K2 is crucial for your Heart and Bones
Article courtesy of @live.love.balance Why is it important to get enough vitamin D? Are you getting enough vitamin D? In the UK, the time of year has come to hide away indoors with a fluffy blanket and cup of tea … Continue reading Are you getting enough vitamin D this winter?