Vitamin K is actually a group of compounds and the most important of these is vitamin K1 and vitamin K2 according to various studies. Vitamin K1, obtained from leafy greens and other vegetables, plays a key role in helping blood to clot, preventing excessive bleeding.

Fertility Benefits

  • Recommended as part of medical therapy for pregnant women with malabsorption or under antibiotic treatment.
  • Particularly important during labor and right after giving birth, when your body is recovering and beginning to heal.