K2 - The Cute Vitamin credits

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Text: 'Vitamin K2 important for proper facial development'
From Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: The Power of Vitamin K2 Kate Rhéaume-Bleue, N.D.: I touched on the fact that it is such an important nutrient for prenatal health, during pregnancy, and childhood. It plays a really important role in proper facial development. I’ve got before and after pictures in my book. Price focused on this. This is also borne out by modern research, looking at defects and deficiency in vitamin K and how this affects facial development.

Text: 'Vitamin K2 less cavities and plaque more smiles'
From Dr. Kate Rhéaume Bleue The Calcium Paradox youtube original Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue at 35.17 "Vitamin k2 will help clean the plaque off your teeth, it just starts to crumble off your teeth... The health of the mouth reflects the health of the heart."
at 35.40 "Very important for children as well for preventing cavities in children and adolescents."

Text: 'K2 keeps skin elastic wrinkle-less'
From Dr. Kate Rhéaume Bleue The Calcium Paradox youtube original Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue at 37.29 "Calcium can accumulate microscopically on the elastic tissues in the skin and when that happens the skin is not so elastic anymore and that leads to wrinkles."

Text: 'Activates proteins that remove calcium from arteries'
From What You Need to Know About Vitamin K2, D and Calcium Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: That’s right. Those are essentially the markers: how much of those proteins are activated or not. When you’re looking at this MGP (the protein that removes calcium from your arteries), you can essentially see how much of it do you have circulating in your bloodstream. And of that circulating, of the protein that’s there, how much of it is active and actively taking calcium out of your arteries, and how much of it is inactive. That will tell you if you have enough K2 or how much K2 you have to make that happen.

Text: 'Activates proteins that can control cancer cell growth'
From What You Need to Know About Vitamin K2, D and Calcium Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: It’s a somewhat different mechanism when it comes to cancer. There’s actually a third protein that vitamin K2 activates that controls cell growth and cell proliferation, which is called GAS6. This vitamin K2-dependent protein seems to play an important role in, again, controlling whether cells are differentiating properly or growing out of control, which is what makes it very important in cancer protection. Prostate cancer is a big one. We’ve seen a lot of research about that. But leukemia, breasts, or almost any kind of cancer you can imagine. That was really what shocked me. It’s the amount of research that was there about vitamin K2 and a variety of cancers – big cancer killers like lung cancer. Lung and prostate cancer are the two bigger cancer killers of men, and vitamin K2 plays a very important role in fighting those.

Text: 'Can last for hours, MK4 form grassfed products (pastured eggs)'
From BDNow Podcast 015 Dr. Kate Rheaume, author of Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How a Little-Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: at 14.09 "In milk, egg yolks and grassfed products the animal based form of vitamin K2 is a short chain form called mk4 menaquinone 4. And that short chain will activate your k2 proteins it has all the benefits and healthy properties for sure of K2 and same actions. but it does have a short half life. Because of this short chain form it leaves the body fairly quickly."

Text: 'Can last for a couple of days, MK7 form fermented products (Gouda cheese)'
From BDNow Podcast 015 Dr. Kate Rheaume, author of Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How a Little-Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: at 15.06 "A food that's very high in fermented vitamin K2 like Gouda cheese or natto that'll stay in your blood for a day or two or a couple of days depending on how much it you had."
and from Food sources of vitamin K2, Wikipedia Hard cheeses (Dutch Gouda style), raw 3.5 oz, 76.3 micrograms (6% MK-4, 94% other MK).

Text: 'Works together with vitamins A and D to manage calcium'
From Dr. Kate Rhéaume Bleue The Calcium Paradox youtube original Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue at 58.55 "So vitamin D helps us absorb calcium, K2 moves it around and vitamin A guides it out of the body"

Text: 'Is synthesis by the body in small amounts which statins can inhibit'
From Transcript – Dr. Kate Rhéaume-Bleue: The Powers of Vitamin K2 – #106 Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: No, no kale. No green, leafy vegetables. There’s no K2 in your green, leafy vegetables, only vitamin K1. There’s very little conversion of K1 to K2. Studies have shown, for people eating lots of green leafies, you’re converting maybe five percent of that, and you’re not absorbing very much of that, either. You can’t rely on that.
and Vitamin K2: The Missing Nutrient for Heart and Bone Health Dr. Dennis Goodman: So I went out, “This is like what?” How is it possible? We’re all talking about the benefits of statins and clearly, they make their own benefits. I went up to him afterwards and I said, “You know, there’s recently a study that’s come up and showing that statins deplete vitamin K2.” I actually have it here on my desk because you know, someone’s going to be watching this and go, “Where do I see that?” And I just want to mention where it comes from. It’s actually from Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology, March 2015. It says, “Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure: pharmacological mechanisms” by Dr. Harumi Okuyama from Japan. But the point is that they showed – and this is just early coming out now – that actually statins may deplete vitamin K2. For me, that is so huge because if that’s true, everybody that is put on a statin, you want to make sure they’re taking vitamin K2.

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