Senior nutrition: Vitamin K deficiency linked to mobility limitations in older adults, research finds

Older adults with low circulating vitamin K levels were nearly 1.5 times more likely to develop mobility limitation and almost twice as likely to develop mobility disability compared to those with sufficient levels

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