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Vitamin K Foods

Vitamin K Foods

Vitamin K is an often overlooked vitamin that plays an essential role in blood clotting, bone formation, and cardiovascular health. Low levels of vitamin K can result in easy bruising and excessive bleeding. There are a few different subtypes of vitamin K. Some...

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Magnesium Dosage

Magnesium Dosage

Magnesium is a crucial mineral responsible for your body's critical maintenance and function-being the fourth most rich mineral in our body, magnesium operates many vital functions in your body and brain's health. Although our body cannot produce magnesium, so we need...

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Calcium & Phosphate Overdose / Overload

Calcium & Phosphate Overdose / Overload

An optimal vitamin D level is a prerequisite for good health. However, vitamin D alone is not enough. A good supply of other nutrients is also necessary. The optimal and balanced intake of magnesium, calcium, and phosphate is particularly important as these three...

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Vitamin K1, K2, And K2 (MK-7) – The Difference

Vitamin K1, K2, And K2 (MK-7) – The Difference

The calcification of the soft tissues is prevented by vitamins K1 and K2, whereby K2 has a stronger effect, especially in the form of MK7. Bone building and decalcification of the bones are also promoted by K1 and K2, together with vitamin D, C, and magnesium. We get...

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Magnesium Citrate – The Health Promoting Effect

Magnesium Citrate – The Health Promoting Effect

With magnesium citrate, citrate is added, which promises diverse health-promoting effects in (1) Citrate improves the absorption of magnesium. (2) Citrate binds protons (H + ions), the carriers of the acid. This reduces the acid load. (3) Due to the lower acid load,...

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Vitamin D, Calcium And Magnesium

Vitamin D, Calcium And Magnesium

The Right Ratio Of Calcium And Magnesium In The Diet A balanced ratio of calcium and magnesium (based on the amount of substance) is recommended for intake. The molar mass of calcium is 40.1 g/mol and that of magnesium 24.3 g/mol, a ratio of approximately 2:1. Thus, a...

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