2 Ways To Increase Testosterone Naturally With Vitamin K2


Did You Know That Getting Enough Vitamin K2 Is One Of The Most Effective Ways To Increase Testosterone Naturally?

You’re Not Alone Most People Don’t!

So Get Ahead Of The Crowds And Learn Why Getting Your Recommended Amounts Of Vit K2

Is One Of The Best Ways To Increase Testosterone Naturally

How Vitamin K2 Differs To K1

Letter K

So the first thing to clarify is how vitamin K2 differs to vitamin K1. In case you weren’t aware, there are two types of vitamin K, which are K1 & K2.

K1 (phylloquinone) is mainly found in leafy green vegetables and K2 (menaquinone) is found in animal & fermented foods.

Vitamin K2 can then be divided in to multiple different subtypes, with Mk-7 & MK-4 being the most important,.

MK4 (menaquinone 4) is of particular interest for testosterone production, we will be covering that in more detail later.

The human body can convert K1 to K2; but it isn’t clear how efficiently the body does this & can vary to K1 source to K1 source.

On top of that K1 isn’t absorbed by the body particularly easily & K2 is absorbed approximately 10 times more easily.

Multiple medications can block & lower conversion of K1 to K2.

It has become apparent is that you ideally want intake of K2 as supposed to relying on conversion from K1.

K2 is believed to improve bone health, heart health & testes health (we’ll be covering this more later) whereas K1 isn’t.

Getting enough vitamin K2 is thought to be one of the best ways to increase testosterone naturally.

Why Vitamin K2 Increases Testosterone Production

It is vitamin K2 in particular that your body needs when it coms to testosterone production.

This is due to vitamin K2 containing a compound called Menaquinone-4 & the synergistic relationship vitamin K2 has with vitamin D3.

Menaquinone-4 is thought to enhance testosterone production as it improves the performance & production of the testes.

Unfortunately there haven’t been studies in humans but there have been rat studies which show a lot of promise.

These studies have shown that Menaquinone-4 leads to significantly increased testosterone production for rats.

It’s believed that Menaquinone-4 may have the same effect impact for humans.

You can check out this study here!

As mentioned earlier, K2 has a synergistic relationship with D3. Getting your RDA of K2 allows the body to utilise vitamin D3 more effectively.

Vitamin D plays an important role when it comes to healthy testosterone production.

As K2 enables it to be used more effectively, it can help to boost testosterone production.

Other Health Benefits Of Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 actually benefits the body in a number of ways, this includes improving bone health, cognitive health and your heart health.

You can find out more about the benefits of Vitamin K2 on this Vitamin K review article

It’s also a great site to look at to get a better understanding of how vitamins and minerals improve your health.

How Much Vitamin K2 Do You Need?


Your body stores unused vitamin K2 so the following recommended daily amounts are a rough estimate.

The recommended daily intake of vitamin K2 for an adult woman is approximately 90 micro grams (mcg) a day.

For adult men it is approximately 120 mcg per day. 

So we’ve covered why making sure you get enough vitamin K2 is considered one of best the ways to increase testosterone naturally.

We’re going to take a look at what the other health benefits of getting enough vitamin K2 and how to get in your diet.

FYI the following daily values are based on male daily amount requirements for vitamin K2.

So for women, you don’t need quite as much of these foods.

You Can See More About Vitamin D3 & K2 Supplements & Check Out My Recommended Brand Here

Beef Liver

beef liver

One serving of beef liver is 38% of your daily vitamin K2. Beef liver is also a  nutritional powerhouse.

It’s an excellent source of Zinc, selenium &, Vitamin A, C, B2, B6, B12, Iron & cholesterol.

Liver is one of the best foods for an all natural testosterone booster.

Pork Chops


Your average Pork chop serving provides approximately 49% of your daily vitamin K2.

Pork is also a good source of Zinc, monounsaturated and saturated fats.



Your average serving of chicken provides a bit over 40% of your daily Vitamin K2.

On top of that, it is a source of selenium, niacin and Vitamin B6, all which help further increase testosterone levels.


Egg yolks are a great source of K2, with a single egg yolk providing approximately 32 mcg.

Eggs & the yolk in particular are a nutritional powerhouse. They’re a source of cholesterol the building blocking of testosterone production.

They are also a source of multiple vitamins & minerals that provide an all natural testosterone booster & aid wide health.

This includes, vitamin D3, B12, B6, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron, vitamin A, omega 3 & choline.

There are also multiple K1 sources like:

  • Broccoli
  • kale
  • Asparagus
  • Celery
  • Swisschard
  • Spinach
  • Brussel Sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Prunes
  • Avocado

There are lot of other foods that boost T, so feel free to check out my below article with my main recommended foods.

Foods That Boost Testosterone Production – The Big List 



I do recommend trying to get your recommended daily amount of vitamin K2 from your diet.

I understand that isn’t always going to be feasible and that is where supplements become useful!

There are all sorts of Vitamin K2 supplements out there, I personally K2 as part of a testosterone booster complex called Military Muscle.

You can check out my review of military muscle here

Vitamin D is also needed for testosterone production & has a synergistic relationship with K2.

So if you do supplement one, you need to ideally supplement the other. 

You can see more Vitamin K supplements and my recommended Vitamin D3 &  K2 supplements brand here

Final Thoughts & Future Articles

I hope you have found this article useful! There are a number of vitamins & minerals that deliver an all natural testosterone booster. 

I’ve published multiple articles looking in ot nutrients that boost testosterone, you can learn more about how they help boost T below.

Ways To Increase Testosterone Naturally

If you have any questions in regard to this article just drop me a comment below and I’ll get back to you.

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10 thoughts on “2 Ways To Increase Testosterone Naturally With Vitamin K2”

  1. Roger Bynoe says:

    Very informative article about vitamin k and its benefits. My question is does a person have to eat raw broccoli, cabbage and spinach instead of cooked or boiled in order to get the benefits of vitamin k? Also should pork chops or chicken need to be baked in order to gain benefits from vitamin k?

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Roger,

      I’m glad you found this article useful!

      You can get vitamin K from both cooked and the raw versions of those vegetables.

      Again with regards to Pork & chicken, you can cook them any way and still get your vitamin K.

  2. Stan says:

    Hey this information was absolutely fantastic. I think it is great to find natural ways to change anything in the body if possible so I think it is great you listed all of the different cruciferous vegetables that provide natural Vitamin K for the body. Vitamin K specifically K1 which is provided by the dark leafy greens you listed also help in increasing the bloods ability to clot when required which is also great. Maca is also another way to maximize testosterone production. Your site is magnificent and i think all the information you presented is exceptional.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Stan,

      I’m glad you found this article useful!

      Yes I completely agree, trying to address problems and fix the body naturally is always the best first approach!

      Yep vitamin K as a whole is great for your body, Maca root is also a good way to increase testosterone production, something asparagus helps with as well, which looking at your site is something I’m sure you know all about

  3. Brandon says:

    I’ve never heard about vitamin K before but by the looks of it I am definitely not getting enough of it! I do not eat anything on this list except for chicken which is only 40% of my daily intake. I’m going to add broccoli and cabbage to my daily meals. Thanks a lot

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Brandon,

      Yes well advised, Vitamin K has many health benefits on top of increased testosterone production. If having low T is one of your worries, make sure you check this foods that boost testosterone production article out as a good starting place.

  4. Darren says:

    I agree that vitamin K is important to increase testosterone naturally. The foods listed in your article not only promote this viral vitamin but are also packed with healthy nutrients.

    If a person has a balanced diet including the foods  on the list then ultimate health will be accomplished.

    Thank you for promoting this subject as I think this vitamin is overlooked.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Darren,

      Thanks I’m glad you found this useful, yes vitamins are often overlooked in our diet and Vitamin K in particular tends to be overlooked!

  5. AV 2001 says:

    Hey there! I’ve really enjoyed reading this article as you’ve provided us with lots of information about testosterone. I already take most of the stuff you’ve recommended like Asparagus, sprouts, chicken and broccoli. I’ve never tried swiss chard but it contains tonnes of vitamin K though. Is swiss chard available in all countries because I’ve never found it in my country? 

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Av,

      I’m glad you found this article useful! 

      Swiss card is more readily available in some countries more than others, I live in the UK and it isn’t that easy to get hold of here!

      To be honest if you eat asparagus, broccoli, chicken etc. most days, you should be hitting your RDA of vitamin K and helping increase your testosterone levels.

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