5 Reasons Vitamin K Needs To Be Explored As A Hedge Against Covid-19

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5. Immunity and Inflammation

5 Reasons Vitamin K Needs To Be Explored As A Hedge Against Covid-19

Vitamin K deficiency can protect against the inflammatory and mineralization processes linked to the development and progression of age-related diseases.

By suppressing the expression of the nuclear factor B (NFB) signal, which is a potential contributor to inflammation, vitamin K can act as an anti-inflammatory agent.

Vitamin K, as a potential antioxidant, may protect against oxidative stress by preventing the generation and accumulation of reactive oxygen species, which cause inflammation.

However, an individual’s Vitamin K requirement should be determined in consultation with a professional nutritionist.


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