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Can vitamin K reduce body fat accumulation in postmenopausal women?

The hormone osteocalcin regulates bone density and fat mass, and vitamin K is necessary for its activation. This suggests that supplementation could affect fat mass.

Study under review: Vitamin K-induced effects on body fat and weight: results from a 3-year vitamin K2 intervention study

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