Vitamin K essential to a healthy heart; deficiency found to contribute to unhealthy enlargement in adolescents
|Vitamin K essential to a healthy heart; deficiency found to contribute to unhealthy enlargement in adolescents||Darrell Miller||12/30/17|
December 30, 2017 11:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Vitamin K essential to a healthy heart; deficiency found to contribute to unhealthy enlargement in adolescents
Vitamin K is good for the heart. If you don't get enough of it and are an adolescent you are at risk of an enlargement of the heart. This is a matter for concern. This is not a good condition for the heart to be in. It then has to work too hard. There are foods which contain vitamin K so it wouldn't be hard to get it into your diet if you need more. There are also supplements you could take. You could ask your doctor to help you find a good one.
- The medical research at Augusta University is the first to examine the effects of Vitamin K on the heart health of young people.
- The study found that 3/4 of young people don't get enough Vitamin D in their diet.
- Young people who get the recommended lel of 75 mg Vitamin K have hearts with noticeably better structure and function and have less risk of heart-related adverse events.
"They discovered that those who ate the smallest amount of vitamin K-rich foods, such as spinach, cabbage, iceberg lettuce, broccoli, and olive oil, had a 3.3 percent higher risk of having an unhealthy enlargement of the left ventricle."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-19-vitamin-k-essential-to-a-healthy-heart-deficiency-found-to-contribute-to-unhealthy-enlargement-in-adolescents.html