Crosstalk between Vitamins A, B12, D, K, C, and E Status and Arterial Stiffness
Effect of vitamin K supplementation and arterial stiffness in human subjects.
|Authors||Year of publication||Follow- up||Dose of vitamin K||Study population ||Results|
|Fulton et al. ||2016||6 months||Oral 100 mcg vitamin K2||Participants aged ≤70 years, with a history of vascular disease||A modest nonsignificant decrease in pulse wave velocity (PWV)|
|Knapen et al. ||2015||3 years||180 μg menaquinone||120 healthy postmenopausal women||carotid-femoral PWV and the stiffness index β decreased|
|Vossen et al. ||2015||24 months||360 microgram menaquinone-7 (MK-7)||Patients with coronary artery disease||Difference in coronary artery calcification score between MK-7 and control group|