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VITAMIN K

Vitamin K is known for its connection to blood-clotting. It is associated with easy-bruising, bone formation, mitochondrial function, and pain reduction. In this episode, discover:

--How you can get too much Vitamin K, which can destroy your red blood cells. And why you need to get the appropriate lab tests before you start taking Vitamins on your own.

--Why people who are on blood thinners should carry Vitamin K with them. And why you have to understand WHICH form of Vitamin K to take with which drug.

--The indicators of low Vitamin K, including: spider veins, slow healing, osteoporosis, menstrual cramps, severe menstrual bleeding, and bloody noses. And how headaches often respond well to Vitamin K.

--The homeopathic that Dr. Prather recommends every Mom keep in her medicine cabinet to help with bruising.

--How proper amounts of Vitamin K help to quickly heal a fracture and makes the healed bone stronger. And the homeopathic that can help heal a fracture twice as fast.

--How Vitamin K can oftentimes be "the missing ingredient" in fixing osteoporosis. Plus, find out one of Dr. Prather's favorite products that the British used to call "the King's cure-all".

--The very important role Vitamin K plays when it comes to fighting Cancer. And how mitochondrial levels can help Dr. Prather to determine whether his Cancer patients are improving or not.

--How Dr. Prather estimates that 80% pregnant and lactating Moms (and their babies) are deficient in Vitamin K. And how Vitamin K "solves nausea and vomiting", as well as stretch marks and spider veins.

--Why Vitamin K can bring "excellent relief" for rheumatoid arthritis. And the analgesic effect of Vitamin K in helping with pain issues, particularly mitochondrial myopathies and fibromyalgia.

--Why gallbladder malfunction (or one that has been removed) impacts Vitamin K absorption. And why Dr. Prather tells patients there are certain supplements they will ALWAYS have to take after they have a gallbladder removed.

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