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  1. Postmenopausal women should supplement vitamins C D K and Calcium – June 2010
  2. Healthy bones need Ca, Silicon, Vitamins B, C, D, and K – Dec 2012
  3. World's Top Authors in Vitamin D, VDR, Vitamin K, Omega-3, etc - Jan 2019
  4. Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox – 2012 book
  5. Response to Vitamin D increased if take Magnesium and Vitamin K2 – Grassroots March 2020
  6. COVID-19 patients are deficient in both Vitamin D and Vitamin K – Oct 2021
  7. Low Vitamin D and Vitamin K: brittle bones and hardened arteries – LEF Sept 2010
  8. Stroke is strongly associated with Calcification of cerebral arteries (perhaps low Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Mg…) – March 2018
  9. A balanced diet is no longer enough – supplements needed - VitaminDWiki Oct 2012
  10. Adding just vitamin D again failed to add bone density (also need Magnesium, Vitamin K, etc) – RCT Aug 2018
  11. Athletes maximal cardiac output increased 12 percent with Vitamin K2 – RCT July 2017
  12. Athletic performance and recovery – importance of vitamin D and vitamin K – 2015
  13. Athletic performance and recovery benefits of Vitamin D (4000-5000 IU and Vitamin K) – Aug 2015
  14. Better bones again associated with higher vitamin K intake – Nov 2015
  15. Bone formation in the lab is aided by Vitamin D, Vitamin K1, and Vitamin K2 – meta-analysis Nov 2017
  16. Bone fracture (low energy) 19X more likely in children if low vitamin K2 - June 2017
  17. Bone increased : Stiffness (Vitamin D), Flexibility (Vitamin K2) – Sept 2020
  18. Bone loss results in blood vessel plaque if low Vitamin K2, less bone loss if high K2– April 2021
  19. Bone quality improved 2X by Vitamin D plus Vitamin K2 (trend) – meta-analysis March 2020
  20. BONE SPURS not produced if have enough Vitamin D3, Vitamin K2, etc. – Nov 2011
  21. Breast cancer – reduced proliferation with Vitamin K2 in lab – May 2015
  22. Bulk supplementation of Vitamin D, Magnesium, Zinc, B-12, K2, Boron etc. - lower cost and easier than pills
  23. Calcium Supplementation is OK provided you also take Vitamin K – Feb 2019
  24. Calcium supplements go to muscle, not bone, unless have enough Vitamin K – Feb 2019
  25. Cardiovascular calcification prevented by Omega-3, Magnesium, Vitamin K, and Vitamin D – April 2015
  26. Cardiovascular death: 9 percent due to hypertension or air pollution, 7 percent: low Vitamin K2 or smoking – Oct 2016
  27. Cardiovascular Disease prevented by Vitamin K2-4 when enough is used – RCT review Sept 2020
  28. Cardiovascular problems reduced by low dose aspirin and perhaps Omega-3 (also Vit K) – Sept 2017
  29. Cholesterol, Vitamins D3 and K2, heart disease, sulfates, LDL, – Masterjohn Interview Jan 2013
  30. Chronic Kidney Disease Patients need Vitamin K – Jan 2019
  31. Cirrhosis in hospital 2.9 X less likely to get need ICU when supplemented with Vitamin K – Nov 2015
  32. Common deficiencies D3, Omega-3, K2, Mg, B12, E, A, Iodine, etc – Mercola Oct 2015
  33. Cooked dried beans or peas (pulses) reduce uptake of Vitamin D, Vitamin K by half – March 2019
  34. Cystic Fibrosis helped in many ways by Vitamin K – July 2019
  35. Decalcify Aortic Valve – 3 year trial with 1 mg of Vitamin K and 5,000 IU of Vitamin D – 2021
  36. Decreased need for warfarin after Vitamin D levels optimized – RCT May 2016
  37. Diabetes and pre-diabetes helped by Vitamin K in animal studies – review Oct 2019
  38. Do not reduce vitamin K if taking warfarin
  39. Drugs which create deficiencies in Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron, etc. – Sept 2017
  40. Excess Calcium in critically ill patients taking 10,000 IU of vitamin D (solutions - Vitamin K, or Magnesium, or water) – Oct 2019
  41. Fast blood flow 6.8 X more likely if high vitamin D AND high vitamin K – Aug 2017
  42. Fat loss, etc. if respond well to 3 years of Vitamin K2 (MK-7, 180 ug) – RCT Jan 2018
  43. Hard bones, soft arteries, rather than vice versa (Vitamin D and Vitamin K) – March 2016
  44. Healthy bones need: Calcium, Vitamin D, Magnesium, Silicon, Vitamin K, and Boron – 2012
  45. Hip fracture 50 percent more likely if low in both vitamin D and vitamin K1 – Dec 2015
  46. Hip fractures greatly reduced by sunshine, vitamin D, and vitamin K – meta-analysis Sept 2012
  47. Hypertension 1.7 times more likely if low Vitamin D AND K – Sept 2016
  48. Hypothesis: Age-related diseases due to lack of nutrients like vitamin K – Ames Triage Theory

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