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This study from 2015 (more recent than the sources in the article) claims there's a lack of evidence generally, but showed no effect from their (admittedly small) trial:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26389791


I found a fairly well priced source of potent Vitamin K/2 (100mcg K1, 400mcg K2 MK-4, 50mcg K2 MK-7) and I’ve put myself and my parents on it for the last 6 months or so.

It’s a cheap investment for something that appears to have a lot of potential.


Isn't arterial calcification still considered irreversible? Arterial obstruction due to cholesterol is known to be reversible with a change of diet, check the work of Dr. Esselstyn from the Cleveland cardiology clinic.

But in one of the interviews, I think in the documentary Forks over Knives (several years back) he mentioned that calcium deposits cannot be reversed.




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