vitamin K1


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Related to vitamin K1: vitamin K2, vitamin E, vitamin D3, Phytomenadione

vitamin K1

[′vīd·ə·mən ¦kā¦wən]
(organic chemistry)
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Vitamin K1 is also ideal as a treatment for most kinds of vascular injury due to its fat-soluble nature and powerful blood-clotting effects.
Coumadin causes a deficiency of both vitamin K1 and vitamin K2.
Braam LAJL, Knapen Mhj Geusens P, et al Vitamin K1 supplementation retards bone loss in postmenopausal women between 50 and 60 years of age.
Adjusted analysis uncovered a 36% lower risk of dying from any cause and a 46% lower risk of dying from cancer over follow-up among those whose vitamin K1 intake was among the top 25% of participants compared to the lowest 25%.
Studies using vitamin K1 for osteoporosis prevention have produced conflicting results.
Vitamin K-Containing Dietary Supplements: Comparison of Synthetic Vitamin K1 and Natto-Derived Menaquinone-7," Blood 109, 3279-3283 (2007).
Vitamin K comprises three main forms: vitamin K1 or phylloquinone which is found in green plants; vitamin K2 or the menaquinone family which is synthesised by bacteria in the large intes tine; and vitamin K3 or menadione which is a synthetic, water-soluble form that has been utilised in animal feeds.
Interdependence of serum concentra tions of vitamin K1, vitamin E, lipids, apolipoprotein [A.
The most common sources of vitamin K1 in the diet include leaf lettuce and spinach, with smaller amounts found in other vegetables, vegetable oils and some fruits.
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Fat Soluble Vitamins: Vitamin A Palmitate, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin E Acetate, Tocopherol, Vitamin D3, Vitamin K1.
The K group of vitamins includes Vitamin K1 and Vitamin K2.