iHerb Customer Reviews
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Vitamin K2 and Ostoporosis
Posted by Reviewer2327530 on Jul 07, 2010
This product along with others (e.g. Vitamin D3) in a protocol is doing what my health care provider suggested it would for my osteoporosis. The DEXA scan results showed higher density this year--I am now building bone instead of tearing it down without taking Fosamax or other harmful meds.
Posted by Reviewer2582051 on Dec 01, 2007
My joints are definitely more flexible since taking this product, although my prime reason for taking it is to help keep osteoporosis at bay.
Get another brand......
Posted by Reviewer2618090 on Sep 18, 2011
I did not notice until after I had ordered it--it contains caramel color, recently found to be carcinogenic. I will shop for another brand. I think I am done with Jarrow after this, having had other issues with this company before.
MK-7 only hurt me
Posted by Reviewer2882806 on Feb 25, 2014
MK-7 only made my health worse. I now only get vitamin K1 from my diet. Vitamin K1 is safer and less toxic - that's what the government says. Your body already makes K2 in the amount that it chooses. MK-7 companies don't want you to know about the side effects and risks of having this in your blood for 72 hours. MK-7 can build up and cause toxicity. Don't trust everything Life Extension says about MK-7. Search around and you'll see what I mean. Irritability and worse. Don't be fooled by marketing hype and rat safety studies.
Taking this for nosebleeds
Posted by Reviewer2211299 on Feb 19, 2010
No nosebleeds since I began taking this product. Helps blood clot. East to swallow and digest.
Posted by Reviewer1325054 on Nov 05, 2009
Its difficult to find a good source of MK7. This remarkable vitamin helps to remove plaque from the arteries and assists bone building by taking calcium to the bone. My health has improved from taking this supplement along with nattokinase.
Seems to have helped blood pressure
Posted by Reviewer2004190 on Jan 17, 2012
After about a month, Systolic dropped about 15 points.
Posted by Reviewer1402131 on Apr 23, 2009
I began taking this supplement to see if the MK-7 form of vitamin K would help with Purpura(bleeding under the skin) I am experiencing on my hands and forearms. I don't think it is helpin with that, but I have learned more about MK-7. It is supposed to support bone formation in people with osteoporosis and reverse calcification of the arteries. However, in Japan, where it is doctor prescribed for these conditions, it is taken in huge 45mg. doses. I am seeking a more potent formula. Hopefully companies will make stronger formulas within the next few years. I have also read that smaller doses than 45mg support beneficial results but I am not sure exactly how much one needs to take.
Vitamin K2 product
Posted by Reviewer1813275 on Nov 16, 2007
This brand was suggested by cardiologist Stephen Sinatra.
Very helpful to cleaning arteries!
Posted by Reviewer2830812 on Nov 20, 2013
My husband has had three heart procedures. After beginning this product he went for a checkup and his heart doctor was completely surprised at how "perfect" (doctor's words) his ekg read. His blood pressure has been doing much better. Always before the arteries filling up would change all that! He only takes one a day and sometimes skips a day since we read that it does build up in the system.