Addressing vitamin K deficiencies may improve heart health. A recent study suggested that healthy vitamin K levels could help the body regulate blood clotting and avoid thrombosis from COVID-19, and another suggested that higher intakes of vitamin K2 are correlated with lower risk of heart disease.
In a recent study, researchers looked at plant-based chemicals to see if treatments for COVID-19 might be found in drugs we’re already using. Quercetin was identified as a top contender, and it has the potential to significantly interfere with a SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Prenatals are generally high in iron, folic acid, and sometimes the biotin that is included in hair and nail formula vitamins. Because of these added benefits, some women elect to take prenatal vitamins even when they aren’t pregnant. Here are a few reasons why you might want to consider prenatals.