K for kids: Low vitamin K2 levels may boost fracture risk

K for kids: Low vitamin K2 levels may boost fracture risk


Children with low levels of vitamin K2 are at an increased risk of fractures, and small changes in vitamin K status can have a big effects on bone health, says a new study from Poland. The study, presented at the International Conference on Children's Bone Health in WA1 4rzburg, Germany, is said to be the first to evaluate both D and K2 status in healthy children with low-energy fractures and in the control group without fractures.



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