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8+ Vitamin K pages have MANY STUDIES or SEVERAL STUDIES in the title

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ChatGPT Dec 2023: The bioavailability of vitamin K can be reduced by several factors:

  1. Dietary Fat Intake: Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin. Low dietary fat can reduce its absorption since fat is needed to aid in its assimilation into the body.
  2. Gut Health: Disorders that affect fat absorption in the gut, such as celiac disease, Crohn's disease, or other forms of malabsorption syndromes, can reduce the absorption of vitamin K.
  3. Antibiotics: Long-term use of antibiotics can destroy gut bacteria that synthesize vitamin K, thus reducing its levels in the body.
  4. Certain Medications: Medications like warfarin (a blood thinner) work by interfering with vitamin K-dependent clotting factors, effectively reducing its functional availability.
  5. Excessive Alcohol Consumption: Chronic alcoholism can lead to liver damage, impairing the metabolism of fat-soluble vitamins, including vitamin K.
  6. Bile Acid Sequestrants: These medications, used to lower cholesterol, can interfere with fat absorption, impacting the bioavailability of vitamin K.

It's important to maintain a balanced diet and consult healthcare providers before making any significant changes, especially if there are underlying health conditions or ongoing medications.

ALL 99 Vitamin K2 items

22 associations with the category Vitamin K

Vitamin K associations with: Bone - Health 28;  Cardiovascular 25;  Magnesium 23;  Top news 16;  Omega-3 15;  Calcium 14;  Vitamin A 11;  Falls and Fractures 8;  Vitamin B12 7;  Osteoporosis 7;  Seniors 7;  Boron 6;  Zinc 6;  Virus 6;  Supplement 6;  Vitamin C 5;  Diabetes 5;  Iron 5;  Iodine 4;  Cancer 4;  Meta-analysis 4;  Kidney 4     As of Nov 2022

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