IAS News 14 June 2012 | 0 Comments
In a startling study done by Bhalerao and Clandinin, they found that a genetic defect lead to an inability to convert vitamin K1 into vitamin K2, and this is a major reason behind mitochondrial deficiencies and defects implicated in health problems such as Parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. For more information on the study, read
Vitamin K2 is obviously very important but because of its high cost it is not widely available as a supplement, there are a few exceptions on the market however. Our own Beyond Chelation Improved, developed by the world authority on chelation therapy Dr Garry Gordon is one. Aside from including Vitamin K2 it all has a complete spectrum of vitamins, minerals and special ingredients designed to remove the toxic elements such as mercury and cadmium which pollute our environment. Check out much more about BCI here.