Including The Anti-Aging Vitamin
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All of us know that vitamins play a crucial role in anti-aging treatments and many use vitamins regularly, not only for health but also as a preventive for aging. The most common vitamins for this purpose are the Vitamins C, E and B complex group. Each one of these vitamins has been proved effective time and again both by science and in practical life. As a result, they have found their way into creams, lotions and other cosmetics which help fight the aging process.
Anti-Aging Vitamin K
Vitamin K is well known as a coagulant factor and mostly taken when people have blood coagulation problems. Medical research has stumbled upon its properties as a powerful anti-oxidant better than any of the vitamins previously used for this purpose. Not only is it a great anti-oxidant, but it can also prevent extreme cases of osteoporosis and heart problems.
How Anti-Aging Vitamin K Works
One of the main reasons of aging is inflammation of the body cells, tissues, and organs with the passing of time. This inflammation is the direct cause of a hormone called IL-6 (Interleukin-6), a biochemical agent. With age, the body produces larger and larger amounts of IL-6, which in turn inflames the blood vessels, the cells, and the tissues of all of the organs inside the body. This results in heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, and many other diseases that come from aging. Vitamin K is able to reduce to a very large extent the production of this hormone, and thereby not only prevent some greatly dangerous diseases, but also improve the aesthetics of the human face and body along the way.
Vitamin K Also Does.....
Besides working wonders as an anti-aging vitamin, Vitamin K is now widely used in the treatment of blood pressure, blood sugar, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and osteoporosis. It is found that its anti-oxidant properties which combine with its ability to block the IL-6 results into some dramatic medical cures. Medical scientists are widely enthusiastic about the rediscovery of this vitamin.
Look To The Future
Vitamin K has opened new horizons in the field of medicine both as an anti-aging vitamin as well as its application to a number of age-related diseases. Since Vitamin K accumulates in all the important organs of the body, it is possible to use it to prevent, treat, and cure a good number of stubborn ailments that assail the human body with the advent of age.