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Gut bacteria don't just provide digestive benefits. They can influence your weight, your cholesterol level, your risk for diabetes, and even your mood.
We already know the microbiota helps with your gut health. But it’s the far-reaching influence your gut microbiota has on the rest of your body that has scientists sitting up and taking notice. They're also calling it the 'forgotten organ.'
Many of us are deficient in Vitamin K2. Take this quick test to see if you are getting enough. And if not, here is a list of 3 delicious foods rich in Vitamin K2.
Until recently, when you saw Vitamin K, it was referring to Vitamin K1. We now know that Vitamin K2 is important and performs different functions than K1. Here is a side-by-side comparison of the two.
Are you getting enough Vitamin K2? If not, here is a list of Vitamin K2-rich foods. Vitamin K1 is found in a variety of vegetables. Vitamin K2, however, is virtually absent even in many healthy diets.