Dihydrophylloquinone belongs to the vitamin K family.
Dihydrophylloquinone is only present in hydrogenated plant oils. Hydrogenation of plant oils appears to decrease the absorption and biological effect of vitamin K in the bone.
Higher dihydrophylloquinone intakes are associated with lower bone mineral density (BMD) in both men and women. It leads to a potential risk factor for bone fractures.
In this article, we list claims of potential benefits and/or side-effects of dihydrophylloquinone that we have found research on. Every claim is listed with all of its sources. We get these claims from our Nutrition Tool.
We also have an article about dihydrophylloquinone named What Is Dihydrophylloquinone & What Foods Can I Find It In? if you're interested in learning more.
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Research-Backed Side-Effects Of Dihydrophylloquinone
These are some of the potential research-backed side-effects of dihydrophylloquinone.
1. Bone Health
Dihydrophylloquinone - Bone Health
About this claim
Poor bone health can cause a variety of conditions. It is crucial to keep your bones healthy, but some nutrients have shown through research that they can affect your bones negatively. One of the worst side-effects of harmful nutrients for bones is to make them more fragile. .
Research sources for this claim
- Dihydrophylloquinone Intake Is Associated With Low Bone Mineral Density in Men and Women ◳
- Effects of a Hydrogenated Form of Vitamin K on Bone Formation and Resorption ◳
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