What is the Vitamin D/Vitamin K Connection?
|What is the Vitamin D/Vitamin K Connection?||Darrell Miller||11/11/16|
November 11, 2016 10:09 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: What is the Vitamin D/Vitamin K Connection?
New research suggest Vitamin K may be far more necessary than originally thought. Our bodies produce Vitamin D through exposure to the sun's rays, as well has consumption of certain foods. Vitamin K assists Vitamin D in handling calcium for out bodies, meaning they are both needed for good health in your bones and teeth. However, many people have trouble getting the right balance of these two.
- Vitamin K works in synergy with vitamin D, and many experts are advising that individuals should always take vitamin K when supplementing with vitamin D, particularly if also taking calcium supplements.
- Vitamin D is a very important nutrient for proper body function. It is unique in that our skin has the ability to make it from sunlight.
- In addition to sunlight exposure, you can obtain vitamin D in limited amounts from your diet, though only a few foods naturally contain it.
"Vitamin D is a very important nutrient for proper body function. It is unique in that our skin has the ability to make it from sunlight"