Why is vitamin K so important?

Vitamin K is a fat soluble vitamin. It has calcium-binding properties that are needed for the maintenance of normal bones and is very important for blood coagulation. Its blood clotting properties are important to make sure you have enough blood in preparation for labour and the recovery afterwards.

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