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Increases the density of minerals such as^ calcium in bones to give children bigger and stronger bones.
Vitamin K2 is known to protect bones, and in women, a lower than recommended intake may result in lower bone density, a higher risk of developing osteoporosis, and fractures from falls.
A single egg yolk can contain anywhere between 60mcg to 190mcg of Vitamin K2.
The amount of Vitamin K2 present in milk and other dairy products is proportional to the product’s fat content. Therefore, full-fat milk, curd, cheese, paneer, etc., are some of the best sources of Vitamin K2 for vegetarians.