Vitamin K seen as protecting against cancer

04/1/2010 | Reuters

A study of 24,340 German adults found that those who consumed higher amounts of vitamin K were less likely to develop cancer or die of it. Vitamin K2, derived primarily from meat and cheese, was found to confer the health benefits.

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