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Both the above statements regarding Vitamin K and fish oil omega 3 are true however, not entirely. They both assist in these functions and do not interfere with each other.
Vitamin K helps in the synthesis of certain coagulation factors essential to blood coagulation however, it does not initiate coagulation nor does it make the blood thick or prone to thromboembolism.
Omega 3 fatty acids do not thin the blood but merely prevent plaque and cholesterol from depositing in the arteries.
So, you can take both of these supplements together if you wish to.
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Yes, vitamin K has a defined role along with vitamin D and calcium for building bones and driving the calcium towards bones from the circulation through complex chemical reactions. All these have synergistic actions to improve bone health.