About 80% of the U.S. is deficient in vitamins D and K. Vitamin D supports bone health, heart and immune function, protecting against cancer. D ensures absorption of calcium while vitamin K directs calcium to the proper location in the body, preventing it from depositing where it shouldn’t, such as in the arteries, organs and joints. Therefore, vitamins D and K should be taken together.
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