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Learn everything you need to know about Vitamin K!

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In Vitamin K: The Ultimate Guide to What It Is, Where to Find It, Core Benefits, and Why You Need It, you'll learn the various health benefits and powers of Vitamin K. Have you ever wondered why your mother always told you leafy green vegetables were healthy? Well one of the reasons is because of the power of Vitamin K in your every day life. Read on to learn about this fat soluble vitamin that can improve your overall health.

Here is a preview of what is inside this book:

  • How is Vitamin K Absorbed
  • How Much Vitamin K Do We Need?
  • Benefits of Vitamin K
  • Research Studies on Vitamin K
  • What are the Consequences of Vitamin K Deficiency?
  • How to Detect Vitamin K Deficiency?
  • Symptoms of K Deficiency
  • Dangers of K Deficiency with Your Body
  • Research Studies on Character Traits of Vitamin K Deficiency
  • How to Treat K Deficiency?
  • Where to Find K?
  • Best Natural Foods with Vitamin K
  • Supplements Available

©2014 Clayton Geoffreys (P)2014 Clayton Geoffreys

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