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    Vit. K2
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    Anon_129009 posted:
    Keep up with the vitamin K2. I started taking it a few years ago and had clinically significant improvement in my first bone scan after starting to take it. My second bone scan (at age 82) continued to show mild improvement in one area and no loss in the other areas. It rated my current bone mineral density at 94% of young adult reference populations and 133% of age-matched population. I also do the treadmill 6 to 7 times a week but didn't have improvement until the Vit. K2. Check the research on it from Europe and Japan.

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