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MenaquinGold Receives FDA “No Question” Letter

Synergia Life Sciences has received an FDA “No Question” letter in response to a GRAS Notification for the intended use of the MenaquinGold brand...

Synergia Receives European Patent for Uses of Vitamin K2

Synergia Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd. has been granted a European patent for the use of vitamin K2 menaquinone-7, branded MenaquinGold, in improvement of blood...

Study Elucidates Connection Between Vitamin K2 and Healthy Lungs

Oslo, Norway, and Edison, NJ—A new paper published in Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology explained the association between K2 and recovery rates in individuals with...

Cardiovascular Health

Bionox has introduced M3 Ultimate Nitric Oxide Nutrition with Vitamin K2, a nitric oxide nutritional supplement for cardiovascular health. M3 with Vitamin K2 contains...

Cardiovascular and Immune Health

Arthur Andrew Medical has launched KD Ultra, a dietary supplement that combines vitamin K2 (all four chains: MK4, MK6, MK7 and MK9) with vitamin...

Study Associates Low Vitamin K With CVD Risk

Oslo, Norway, and Edison, NJ—High levels of dephosphorylated uncarboxylated matrix Gla protein (dp-ucMGP) are associated with a history of cardiovascular disease, according to a...
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Good Health Reads: Martie Whittekin, CCN

With so many health-transforming books being released, WholeFoods wanted to know what the experts are reading. Here, radio host and author Martie Whittekin, CCN,...

Study Shows Effects of Vitamin K2

Oslo, Norway, and Edison, NJ—A new clinical trial has found that a daily dose of vitamin K2 as MenaQ7 improved vascular health, according to...

Paper Establishes Need For Vitamin K2-Specific RDI

Oslo, Norway, and Edison, NJ—A new research paper has identified the need for a vitamin K2-specific RDI, according to a press release from NattoPharma. “In...

Vitamin K2 Linked to Lower Risk of Coronary Heart Disease, Study Shows

Oslo, Norway, and Edison, NJ—The British Medical Journal recently published an observational study that examined the association between intakes of vitamins K1 and K2...