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Cardiovascular Health

Cardiovascular disease refers to a class of diseases that involve the heart and/or blood vessels (e.g. arteries). The main types of CVD in the USA are coronary artery disease, stroke and heart failure/cardiomyopathy, but less common forms include rheumatic and congenital heart disease.

CVD is commonly related to atherosclerosis, a process whereby fatty deposits ('plaques') form in your arteries, causing them to narrow and possibly block completely.

When atherosclerosis affects the major arteries in the body it can cause a heart attack, stroke or peripheral arterial disease. By recognising the warning signs and symptoms and seeking medical care promptly, you may be able to avert or reduce the severity of a heart attack or stroke.

A new one-year clinical trial has just been completed showing that a daily nutritional dose of Vitamin K2 as MK-7, improved vascular health in both male and female healthy participants. This study adds support to the substantial body of evidence confirming vitamin K2 is a cardiovascular-support nutrient.