By: Harmeet Rehal
Promotes longevity Allows necessary blood clotting Improves bone health Helps reduce bruising Has anitoixidants
Deficiency can be found in present day...
Blood Clotting Disorders Osteoporosis Coronary Artery Disease Cancer Crohn's Disease Ulcerative Colitis Cystic Fibrosis
Third World Countries
Easy bruising Oozing from nose or gums Excessive bleeding from wounds, punctures or injections Heavy menstrual periods Bleeding from the gastrointestinal (GI) tract Blood in the urine and/or stool
WHY? Breast milk is low in vitamin K The baby’s gut is sterile during the first few days of life. It’s hard for mother’s to pass vitamin k
Deficiency is now most common in new borns worldwide!
MOST EFFECTIVE TREATMENTS FOR DEFICIENCY
Phytonadione or More Vitmamin K
"Common worldwide in new borns and those who have too much Vitamin K"
LESS VITAMIN K AND VARIOUS PROCEDURES ARE NEEDED FOR TREATMENT