Children and teens who supplement with vitamin K have a reduced risk of fractures

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(Natural News) Researchers have discovered a new approach to make the bones of children and teenagers stronger. A pilot study from Poland, the U.S., and the Netherlands, which was published in the journal Nutrients, revealed that children and teenagers who consume more vitamin K were less likely to experience bone fractures. In the study, the…

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