Dr Paul Clayton 2006 The critical involvement of vitamin K in calcium balance has been known for some time in clinical science. But it is still largely ignored by a medical profession that remains mired in pharmaceutical thinking. A well-conducted meta-analysis has been reported in a respected journal. It has shifted the debate forward to … Read more

Dr Paul Clayton 2005 Bone health is a growing concern. In Europe, osteoporosis causes around 1.1 million fractures each year, and our increasingly elderly population suggests that these figures will worsen in the future. The widespread use of calcium supplements has been almost totally ineffective, so we urgently need to look for more effective forms … Read more