It acts as a director for bone minerals, properly distributing calcium out of the soft tissues and depositing it into bone. It is critical for healthy bone metabolism and is often deficient in the diet.
The combination of vitamin K2 and calcium works to help bones in the spine and throughout the body stay strong and healthy. Vitamin K1 is the plant form of vitamin K, which is converted to vitamin K2 by healthy digestive bacteria.
Vitamin K2 is found in healthy fats of meats, cheeses, egg yolks, and other dairy products, and K1 is found in green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, and broccoli.