Vitamin K works together with vitamin D for optimal calcium absorption

Aids in preventing fractures and supports bone health for the long haul

Vitamin K plays an important role in our bone health—since vitamin K makes it possible for our bones to absorb a protein called osteocalcin.* Some studies have shown that osteocalcin may be essential for protecting bones from fractures.5,6*

Vitamin K not only works synergistically with vitamin D to increase bone mineral density and modulate bone metabolism, but it positively affects calcium balance.7

Ensure your bones are getting the daily vitamin K they need to stay strong with VIACTIV®. Two VIACTIV® Calcium Soft Chews contain 80 mcg of vitamin K, 90% of the daily recommended value.

Many vegetables, especially leafy greens, are a great source of vitamin K.8

Food Serving Size Vitamin K (mcg)
Brussels sprouts (raw) 1 cup 156
Collard greens (raw) 1 cup 184
Green onions (raw) 1 cup 207
Kale (cooked) 1 cup 1054
Mustard greens (raw) 1 cup 279
Parsley (raw) 1 cup 984
Spinach (raw) 1 cup 145
Spinach (cooked) 1 cup 884
Swiss chard (raw) 1 cup 299
Turnip greens (cooked) 1 cup 526

Recommended daily intakes for vitamin K9

Ages 1-3 30 mcg
Ages 4-8 55 mcg
Ages 9-13 60 mcg
Ages 14-18 75 mcg
Ages 19+ 90 mcg

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.