Improving vitamin K status may boost cardiovascular health by reducing arterial stiffness and improving blood pressure, suggests a study from scientists in Belgium and The Netherlands.
As an essential micronutrient, vitamin K is certainly important. By itself, however, it is not the solution to high blood pressure. Instead, to prevent and control the condition naturally, a synergistic combination of micronutrients is needed.
Dr. Rath’s scientific research has proven that the main cause of high blood pressure is a chronic deficiency of essential micronutrients in the millions of smooth muscle cells lining the blood vessel walls. His work has shown that nutrients such as vitamin C, lysine, proline, arginine, magnesium and others are critical for maintaining the strength and elasticity of the blood vessels – and thereby for maintaining normal blood pressure.
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