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vitamin K

  What is vitamin K?   Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin and it comes from the German word koaguluation or else known as coagulation and it refers to the blood clotting. This vitamin plays an essential part in the functioning of many proteins that are directly involved in the blood…

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zinc

  Zinc is an essential micronutrient that is involved in our cell’s growth and division, our immune system and digestion track. The necessary, recommended diet allowance (RDA) of zinc is about 8-10 mg per day. Since it is mostly known for its immune system benefits, you should be very careful…

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