Osteoblasts produce a vitamin K-dependent protein called osteocalcin. This protein helps bind calcium to the bone matrix, leading to increased bone mineral content. Consequently, the skeleton becomes more resistant and less susceptible to fracture. Osteocalcin needs vitamin K2 to function optimally.
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VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS SHOULD NOT REPLACE A BALANCED DIET.