James N. Klapthor

New to grocery store shelves and check-out lanes, the July-September 2001 issue of Health & You magazine, with a circulation of 900,000, is delivering to consumers the insights of Susan Nitzke of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, on the topic of nutrients. In the article “Five Nutrients You May Be Missing,” Nitzke is quoted as saying, “If you’re not eating green vegetables, it’s difficult to get enough vitamin K.” The article also notes that the body can make vitamin K from eggs, milk, …

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