Vitamin K2 comes from animals that eat grass. American farms industrialized in the mid 1900's and our animals were moved from pastures where they ate grass to feedlots where they were fed corn and beans. Our K2 intake in America plummeted, probably by 80-90%. Now, American women break their bones at 80 times the rate of many societies that still eat grass raised animal products. We think it's our fate. But K2 is much, much more than just ending osteoporosis. It may be central to weight loss, heart disease, cavities in teeth, easier labor and delivery, diabetes, supermodels, wrinkles....this conversation on K2 will open up a whole new world to you, for the better!
heres some possible evidence that vitamin K can increase height even in old age
http://www.naturalheightgrowth.com/2013 ... naquinone/
you need to eat humongous amounts of vitamin K from natural sources, your body will then convert this to vitamin K2. the food that does this best is KALE. take 200 grams of kale and blend it into a daily smoothie.