Posted by: yoga librarian | August 3, 2019

Recent research on vitamin K and fractures

An August 2019 article in Osteoporosis International looks at “Effect of vitamin K on bone mineral density and fractures in adults: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.”

Their conclusion:

“For post-menopausal or osteoporotic patients, there is no evidence that vitamin K affects bone mineral density or vertebral fractures; it may reduce clinical fractures; however, the evidence is insufficient to confirm this. There are too few trials to draw conclusions for other patient groups.”

Read the research summary: Osteoporosis International, , Volume 30, Issue 8, pp 1543–1559

 

 


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