Low Vitamin K1 and K2 Levels Linked to Worse COVID-19 Outcomes

A new study entitled Reduced Vitamin K Status as A Potentially Modifiable Prognostic Risk Factor in COVID-19 indicates that low vitamin K levels may be connected to increased poor outcomes from COVID-19. Additionally, using drugs that impair vitamin K availability … Continue reading

Numerous Potential Treatments for SARS-CoV-2 Virus, COVID-19 Disease, and High-Risk Factor Comorbidities

Most recent update: July 29, 2020 FDA-approved treatments for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and its resulting COVID-19 disease are scarce and poor quality, but scientists and doctors have found many potential treatments that look promising. Part of the problem is that … Continue reading

Do Not Rely On COVID-19 Coronavirus Vaccines, Protective Steps You Can Take Even Now

As 2019-nCoV aka COVID-19 spreads across the world, many are talking about vaccines like they are going to be a solution. If you’re smart, you should not be counting on a vaccine to zero out your risk from COVID-19. Vaccines … Continue reading

Increased Vitamin K Consumption May Slow Progression of Insulin Resistance and Lower Diabetes Risk

Over the past decade, increasing amounts of research are tying higher vitamin K intakes to lower risks of insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and related cardiovascular diseases. Mainstream recommendations coming out of the Institute of Medicine for vitamin K claim … Continue reading

Vitamin K2 Deficiency May Have Role in Neurological Diseases Including Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and Multiple Sclerosis

While reading up on vitamin K2 recently, I’ve noticed a number of connections that have me wondering if one of the culprits behind several widely occurring neurological diseases might be a relative scarcity of this vitamin in many people’s diets. … Continue reading

How Much Vitamin D Do I Need?

If you have paid the least bit of attention to health care coverage in the past few years, you probably have noticed the growing number of studies citing that insufficient levels of vitamin D contribute to elevated disease risk from … Continue reading

Widely Used Anticoagulation Drug Warfarin (Coumadin) More Dangerous Than Commonly Thought

Warfarin is an anticoagulation medicine that is one of the most widely prescribed medicines in the world. It is sold under a variety of brand names, the best known of them being Coumadin in the US. Warfarin is used widely … Continue reading