Thursday, 6 October 2016
Monday, 3 October 2016
The body needs calcium to build strong bones and teeth. But calcium does not act alone. It needs vitamin D for absorption, vitamin K2 to distribute it to the right places and vitamin A to discharge excess calcium. Calcium also needs magnesium to balance it.
Vitamin K2 does 2 things. It put calcium in the right places, ie, bones and teeth and removes calcium from places where it should not be, ie, soft tissues like the arteries (plaque in arteries). eyes (cataract) and kidney (kidney stones).
Kate Rhéaume-Bleue, N.D. graduated from McMaster University with an honors B.S. in Biology and completed her professional training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, class of 2002. She followed with a two-year residency during which she taught classes and supervised at various teaching clinics.
In this 60 minutes lecture, Dr Kate Rheaume Bleue talks about the links between heart disease and calcium and vtamin k2.
In this 82 minute video, Dr Mercola interviews Dr Kate on the importance of Vitamin k2.